A St. Louis County Sheriff says Daniel Schlienz, who died Tuesday, waited only three hours for medical care for flu-like symptoms. His family says that information is false. Schlienz was in jail on charges stemming from a Cook County courtroom shooting that left three people injured.
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Daniel Schlienz died of a bacterial infection while he was an inmate in the St. Louis County jail. Family members say he failed to get prompt medical attention. But the sheriff defends his staff's handling of the situation. Schlienz was awaiting trial on charges of shooting two people in the Cook County courthouse in Grand Marais.
Funeral set for accused courthouse shooter
The funeral for the man accused of a Cook County shooting that injured two is set for Saturday. Daniel Schlienz died Tuesday after complaining of an illness. The Schlienz family is considering a wrongful death lawsuit, though St. Louis County authorities maintain he was given prompt medical care.
Alleged courthouse gunman asked for medical help day before death
Daniel Schlienz was suffering flu-like symptoms on Monday, and died Tuesday morning in a Duluth hospital. The Duluth News Tribune says there were no signs of foul play or self-inflicted injuries.
Questions follow death of alleged courthouse gunman
The father of 42-year-old Daniel Schlienz is angry and says authorities may have ignored his son's medical condition. The charge comes after the county sheriff's office changed the timeline of Schlienz's death. The sheriff first reported Schlienz felt ill on Christmas Day but not sick enough to warrant medical attention. Later authorities said he didn't ask for help until Monday morning.
Gunmen said frustration with judicial system drove him to open fire in courthouse
The Duluth News Tribune obtained a recording of a phone call that Daniel Schlienz made from jail after two people were wounded in a Grand Marais courthouse following his conviction for criminal sexual misconduct. Schlienz, who died in custody after falling ill, blamed the court system. The county attorney who prosecuted him says Schlienz "stole the story with his violence" and that the real story is that they locked up a dangerous predator.
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42-year-old Daniel Schlienz shot and injured three people after trial proceedings of a sexual assault case where he stood as the defendant. Schlienz father says the trial had taken its toll on his son and he had become suicidal.
Jail officials: Courthouse shooting suspect is dead
The suspect in a shooting at a Grand Marais courthouse has died, according to Cook County jail officials. Authorities tell KSTP that 42-year-old Daniel Schlienz had been ill and under intense supervision. He allegedly shot two people, including the prosecutor, at a courthouse after he was found guilty of criminal sexual misconduct.
Alleged courthouse gunman died from rare disorder
The family of Daniel Schlienz told the Duluth News Tribune a bacterial infection led to his death. Schlienz died while in custody on December 27. The 42-year-old was being held for attempted murder charges after allegedly shooting two people at the Cook County Courthouse on December 15.
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