In tiny Illinois town, residents hesitate to acknowledge accused shooter as one of their own
There are 1 comment on the The Janesville Gazette story from Apr 24, 2018, titled In tiny Illinois town, residents hesitate to acknowledge accused shooter as one of their own. In it, The Janesville Gazette reports that:
Four hundred miles from Nashville, Tenn., in a small, bedroom community surrounded by Illinois farmland and divided by a winding, two-lane road, news of the fatal Waffle House shooting roared into town like an unexpected storm. The town of 16,000, which touts itself as the Pumpkin Capital of the World, is protective of its image as a family-friendly village with grand homes and a leisurely pace of life.
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#1 Apr 24, 2018
No it was a shocking, traumatic thing that happened to the people in the Waffle House.
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