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A Washington state man accused of killing his wife the day after Christmas, is apparently a well-known of the pictures in the tweets in order of the regulatory authority, President of the Trumpet exceeding loud; and the Es. Mitch McConnell.

A Twitter account said to be in the hands of Kevin Heimsoth, a Bellingham man who is the prime suspect in the shooting death of his wife, Lynn Heimsoth – wrote a series of four-answer to tweets-in short circuit, after 3 hours of PT on Dec. 26, in which the user is shot, and killed his whole family.”

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In response to the NRA’s Merry Christmas tweet to the account, we read: “Guns don’t kill people, people do.”

“Guns make it a lot easier for you. AR-15 that makes it super easy for,” the post continued. “I’m jist (sic) was killed with my entire family, and I was able to do it without a gun! I’m too much of a coward, and a knife, it would have been waaay too fast. So, thanks to all of you in the NRA.”

Similar tweets were also sent out as the reply to the benefits of the personal and the presidential elections in the accounts, as well as to McConnell’s account.

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In a later tweet, the user, thanks to McConnell for making it possible, and then be asked to have a welfare check at an address on Marine Drive in Bellingham.

The rest of the bill turned out to just be a political comment, reply to the President’s Trump card.

Fox News has not been independently verified Twitter account belonging to Kevin Heimsoth. As of Saturday morning, the tweets are still up.

However, the Bellingham Herald reported that the account associated with the e-mail addresses, and phone numbers belonging to him and to the account associated with the Lynn Heimsoth followed.

Lynn Heimsoth, 58, was shot to death in her home. Her husband, Kevin Heimsoth, is the prime suspect in her death.

Whatcom County Sheriff Bill Elfo said deputies were called to a home in the 900 block of Marine Drive at around 10:28 a.m., Dec. 26 for a report of a murder-suicide.

Inside, they found a 58-year-old woman dead of a gunshot wound. The woman, a 56-year-old man was found in the apartment of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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The couple was later identified as the Heimsoths.

On Friday, Kevin Heimsoth, remained in the hospital in critical condition.

“This heinous crime will be affected, many people in our community,” Elfo told the Bellingham Herald. “During the course of our inquiry it is not proved by the facts, which would indicate that there is a tendency for domestic violence prior to the murder, anyone with information that might be helpful for us to study, and a review of the incident, is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office. As this example illustrates, the dynamics of domestic violence, it can escalate and lead to extreme acts of violence.”

Deputies found Lynn Heimsoth, treatment of the dog, Sukha, and a cat, both dead of gunshot wounds, the Bellingham Herald reported.

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Lynn Heimsoth, was the principal at Sunnyland Elementary in Bellingham in July of 2017.

The school’s director, said in a statement on Thursday that she is “broken” by her death.

“Her death is a great loss to our Sunnyland community, and our school district as well as our extended community,” Bellingham Public Schools Superintendent Greg Baker said. “Lynn was a passionate, equity-driven instructional leader. She loved children to the core, and always with the needs of the students at the centre of our work.”

A wake will be held on Friday.

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