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June 7, 2000
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U.S. prosecutors appear to have enough evidence to pursue the death penalty against a white supremacist accused of going on a killing spree last August, a federal judge said. Buford Furrow is charged with killing a postal worker just hours after he allegedly wounded five people at a Jewish community center in Los Angeles.

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