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March 7, 1998 | JOHN J. GOLDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A 35-year-old accountant opened fire at the headquarters of the Connecticut state lottery Friday, killing three top officials before chasing down and slaying the lottery's president in a parking lot. He then fatally turned his automatic pistol on himself. Terrified workers fled into the woods outside the building in Newington, Conn., near the capital, Hartford. Others hid in a paint warehouse and in a ditch during the carnage.
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August 27, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A man went on a killing spree in Waterbury, Conn., gunning down three people, including a firefighter who was collecting money for charity, before shooting himself to death, police said. The gunman knew all three victims but authorities had not determined why he targeted them. One victim was a neighbor and another was the mother of an ex-girlfriend. The suspect was identified as Mark Cote, 29.
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March 8, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
The accountant who gunned down four people at state lottery headquarters in Newington before killing himself had complained to newspapers months beforehand that lottery players were being cheated. Matthew Beck, 35, who worked for the lottery for more than eight years, approached at least two newspaper reporters, telling them that the Connecticut Lottery Corp.
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March 8, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
The accountant who gunned down four people at state lottery headquarters in Newington before killing himself had complained to newspapers months beforehand that lottery players were being cheated. Matthew Beck, 35, who worked for the lottery for more than eight years, approached at least two newspaper reporters, telling them that the Connecticut Lottery Corp.
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August 27, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A man went on a killing spree in Waterbury, Conn., gunning down three people, including a firefighter who was collecting money for charity, before shooting himself to death, police said. The gunman knew all three victims but authorities had not determined why he targeted them. One victim was a neighbor and another was the mother of an ex-girlfriend. The suspect was identified as Mark Cote, 29.
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March 7, 1998 | JOHN J. GOLDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A 35-year-old accountant opened fire at the headquarters of the Connecticut state lottery Friday, killing three top officials before chasing down and slaying the lottery's president in a parking lot. He then fatally turned his automatic pistol on himself. Terrified workers fled into the woods outside the building in Newington, Conn., near the capital, Hartford. Others hid in a paint warehouse and in a ditch during the carnage.
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