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May 14, 2000 | From Associated Press
Every day, a phone call, news story or piece of paperwork takes Merry Lynn Balatico back to the day a gunman calmly pushed open the doors of a Xerox Corp. warehouse, sought out Balatico's husband, five co-workers and their supervisor, and shot them, one by one. Much of what happened in a conference room of that warehouse Nov. 2, 1999, has been left to Balatico's imagination--until now.
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May 14, 2000 | From Associated Press
Every day, a phone call, news story or piece of paperwork takes Merry Lynn Balatico back to the day a gunman calmly pushed open the doors of a Xerox Corp. warehouse, sought out Balatico's husband, five co-workers and their supervisor, and shot them, one by one. Much of what happened in a conference room of that warehouse Nov. 2, 1999, has been left to Balatico's imagination--until now.
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November 3, 1999 | SUSAN ESSOYAN and JULIE CART, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A copier repairman walked into a Xerox office here Tuesday morning and calmly trained a 9-millimeter handgun on his co-workers, firing and killing seven men. The suspected gunman then fled, surrendering only after five hours of strained negotiations with police. Police said Byran Uyesugi, 40, entered the Xerox engineering center just after 8 a.m., headed to the second floor and picked out two men in an office, shooting them at close range.
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November 16, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
The Xerox copier repairman charged with gunning down seven of his co-workers in Honolulu pleaded not guilty to all nine counts of a grand jury indictment. A Circuit Court judge then revoked Byran Uyesugi's $7-million bond and set a Jan. 18 trial date. Uyesugi, 40, is accused of a shooting outburst Nov. 2 at a Xerox Corp. parts warehouse. Six of his fellow technicians and a supervisor were killed.
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November 16, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
The Xerox copier repairman charged with gunning down seven of his co-workers in Honolulu pleaded not guilty to all nine counts of a grand jury indictment. A Circuit Court judge then revoked Byran Uyesugi's $7-million bond and set a Jan. 18 trial date. Uyesugi, 40, is accused of a shooting outburst Nov. 2 at a Xerox Corp. parts warehouse. Six of his fellow technicians and a supervisor were killed.
SPORTS
January 20, 1987
San Diego State shot a school-record 68% from the floor in a 96-56 upset of Hawaii in a Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. women's basketball game Monday night. In getting their third-straight victory, the Aztecs (3-2 in the PCAA, 6-8 overall) used two big scoring runs to put Hawaii (4-1, 12-2) away by halftime. Trailing 2-0, SDSU scored the next 19 points over a six-minute span. Leading, 25-8, with 10 minutes remaining in the first half, the Aztecs scored 10 unanswered points for a 35-8 lead.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 1999
In the aftermath of the shootings in Hawaii and Seattle, the senseless shooting of a mother taking her child to school and the shooting of a restaurant owner, not to mention all of the school shootings, don't you think it is time for some gun control legislation? The news is full of these stories of unprovoked violence. Why is it so easy to carry a gun into a workplace and start mowing people down? The people we elect to represent us can change the way handguns are purchased and can change the laws to make penalties stiffer for the use of a handgun against another person.
NEWS
November 3, 1999 | SUSAN ESSOYAN and JULIE CART, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A copier repairman walked into a Xerox office here Tuesday morning and calmly trained a 9-millimeter handgun on his co-workers, firing and killing seven men. The suspected gunman then fled, surrendering only after five hours of strained negotiations with police. Police said Byran Uyesugi, 40, entered the Xerox engineering center just after 8 a.m., headed to the second floor and picked out two men in an office, shooting them at close range.
SPORTS
January 20, 1987
San Diego State shot a school-record 68% from the floor in a 96-56 upset of Hawaii in a Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. women's basketball game Monday night. In getting their third-straight victory, the Aztecs (3-2 in the PCAA, 6-8 overall) used two big scoring runs to put Hawaii (4-1, 12-2) away by halftime. Trailing 2-0, SDSU scored the next 19 points over a six-minute span. Leading, 25-8, with 10 minutes remaining in the first half, the Aztecs scored 10 unanswered points for a 35-8 lead.
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