Relatives of Courthouse Gunman Testify to Grand Jury

Relatives of Thomas Matusiewicz (muh-TOO'-suh-wits) testified before a federal grand jury last week.

By Randall Chase
|  Tuesday, Mar 12, 2013  |  Updated 4:10 PM EDT
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Relatives of Courthouse Gunman Testify to Grand Jury

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Drivers license photo for Thomas Stanley Matusiewicz, the 68-year-old man accused of opening fire inside the New Castle County courthouse on Monday, Feb. 11, 2013, killing two women and injuring two police officers before killing himself.

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Federal prosecutors are investigating the activities of a man who killed his former daughter-in-law and another woman at a Delaware courthouse last month before taking his own life.
 
Relatives of Thomas Matusiewicz (muh-TOO'-suh-wits) testified before a federal grand jury last week. Prosecutors are seeking to revoke the probation of his son, David Matusiewicz, on federal fraud and kidnapping charges for abducting his three daughters.

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  Thomas Kula, the brother-in-law of Thomas Matusiewicz, told The Associated Press that prosecutors seem to want to prove that, in traveling from Texas to Delaware with his father, David Matusiewicz knowingly violated a prohibition from being around guns.
 
David Matusiewicz pleaded guilty in 2009 to fleeing to Nicaragua in a motor home with his daughters amid a custody dispute. He was released from prison last year.

 


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