Details emerge from courthouse shooting in Grand Marais

The Duluth News Tribune says Daniel Schlienz, a former pro boxer on trial for sexual misconduct, probably left the courthouse after the jury found him guilty, then returned with a gun.
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The Duluth News Tribune says Daniel Schlienz, a former pro boxer on trial for sexual misconduct, probably left the courthouse after the jury found him guilty, then returned with a gun.

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