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Forensics
Course Code
FORS5315
Professor
Richard Burgess

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Audra Hampsch
12 November 2013
Capitol Hill Massacre
Synopsis:
On March 25th of 2013, Kyle Aaron Huff entered a rave after party in Capitol Hill,
Seattle, where he open fired on the crowd. He killed six people and wounded two, then
killed himself as police began to confront him. On the night of the event, a “Better Off
Undead” concert, Huff was invited to an after party at a home about a mile away from the
Capitol Hill Arts Center. Huff didn’t know many people at the party, and when he was
there he spoke civilly with all the guests. Nobody recalled him leaving the party, but he
returned to his car, which was parked nearby, and grabbed several guns and over 300
rounds of ammunition. He also spray-painted the word “NOW” on the sidewalk and on a
neighbors porch. Huff hadn’t attended any raves, and an email address with the name
[email protected]ail.com was recorded on an online blog asking where the next rave was
only a month before his massacre. In the dumpster outside his apartment, a note written
by Huff was found. It said that he condemned of the lifestyle that many ravers condoned,
such as their sexual freedom.
Response:
How did the word “NOW” have to do with the shootings? Where did Huffs adamant
opinion about ravers come from?
Questions:
1. How has Capitol Hill given back to the victims and their families?
2. What does Huffs family think of the attack?

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Audra Hampsch 12 November 2013 Capitol Hill Massacre Synopsis: On March 25 of 2013, KyleAaron Huff entered a rave after party in Capitol Hill, Seattle, where he open fired on the crowd. He killed six people and wounded two, then killed himself as police began to confront him. On the night of the event, a “Better Off Undead” concert, Huff was invited to an after party at a home about a mile away from the Capitol HillArts Center. Huff didn’t know many people at the party, and when he was there he spoke civilly with all the guests. Nobody recalled him leaving the party, but he returned to his car, which was parked nearby, and grabbed several guns and over 300 rounds of ammunition. He al
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