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Police: Suspects Confess To Tulsa Shooting Spree

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Police in Tulsa, Okla., confirm the two men accused of shooting five black people, killing three of them, confessed shortly after they were arrested over the weekend. Authorities plan to officially charge the pair with several counts of first degree murder and other crimes.
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