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Courthouse shooting suspect is sorry, knows there's 'no getting around this'

The father of the man held in the courthouse shooting in Grand Marais says his son feels sorry for what he's done. He says the suspect has very little recognition of the events that led to the shooting of three people in the courthouse.
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The father of the man held in the courthouse shooting in Grand Marais says his son feels sorry for what he's done. He says the suspect has very little recognition of the events that led to the shooting of three people in the courthouse.

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