This police booking photograph released by the Huntsville (Ala.) Police Dept., on Saturday, Feb. 13, 2010, shows college professor Amy Bishop, charged with capital murder in the shooting deaths of three faculty members at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. (AP Photo/Huntsville Police Dept.)
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - The husband of an Alabama college
professor accused of shooting her colleagues says the couple went
to a shooting range weeks before the killing but he didn't know
where she got the gun.
James Anderson told The Associated Press Monday that he did not
know how long Amy Bishop had a gun before Friday's attack. He says
the family did not own a gun.
Bishop is accused of opening fire at a faculty meeting at the
University of Alabama in Huntsville, killing three and wounding
Anderson says she was acting like "a normal professor" in the
days before the shooting.
He also says he and his wife were cleared in the investigation
of a pipe bomb sent to one of her former bosses in Massachusetts in
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