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Police renew interest in Seminole shooting
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2003

Police in Florida are making a new round of inquiries into the near fatal shooting of the Seminole Tribe's top lawyer.

Last January, Jim Shore, who is blind, was shot three times in the chest at his home. Police called it a mob-style hit but have failed to make any arrests.

Ousted chief Jim Billie, whose business deals were questioned by Shore, was interviewed last week in hopes of helping stir up new leads, The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported. Police say he is not a suspect.

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Sheriff's detectives join probe of shooting of Seminole tribal lawyer (The South Florida Sun-Sentinel 1/22)

Relevant Links:
The Seminole Tribe - http://www.seminoletribe.com

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