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Week 396
July 28, 2008

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Man charged in Tenn. church shooting

Jim D. Adkisson, who is charged with fatally shooting two church members and critically wounding several others, is led away by police. (AP Photo)

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — A gunman opened fire at a church youth performance Sunday, killing two people, including a man witnesses called a hero for shielding others from a shotgun blast.

Seven adults were also injured but no children were harmed at the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church. Members said they dove under pews or ran from the building when the shooting started.

Jim D. Adkisson, 58, was charged with first-degree murder and held on $1 million bail, according to city spokesman Randy Kenner, who did not know if Adkisson had an attorney ... Full Story

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