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Subject: Here's a news story at the time of the murder

He walked into a bar & opened fire
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Date Posted: Saturday, April 13, 04:44:32pm
In reply to: A life is more important than money. 's message, "I'd rather pay for his healthcare than see him released and murder someone else." on Saturday, April 13, 02:52:10pm

SIMI VALLEY, Calif., July 27 (UPI) -- Robert Sorrells, a western movie character actor, has reportedly been charged with shooting two men, one fatally, in a California tavern.

Sorrells, 74, allegedly walked into the Regency Lounge in Simi Valley Saturday and opened fire, hitting two men. One of the victims died at the scene, the Los Angeles Daily News said.

The second man is in serious condition at Simi Valley Hospital with wounds to his back and face.

Police arrested the veteran actor soon after the reportedly unprovoked incident and charged with murder and attempted murder.

Sorrells acted in dozens of western films and TV shows dating to 1952, including "Gunsmoke," "Bonanza," "Rawhide" and "Death of a Gunfighter."
He has appeared more recently in "Fletch" and "Bad News Bears Go To Japan."

"He was my friend, but he was a wacko, no doubt about it ... it's so heartbreaking," said Marly Harris, who lived near Sorrells in a low-income senior complex in Simi Valley.

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at 88 i doubt he can do much damage, LOL I would rather euthanize him (NT)ColtSaturday, April 13, 05:49:14pm

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