SEATTLE - The family of the man accused in Wednesday's deadly shootings in Seattle told The Seattle Times they weren't surprised to see him implicated in the killing spree.
Police identified the man as Ian Stawicki.
"It's no surprise to me this happened," his brother, Andrew Stawicki, told the Times. "We could see this coming. Nothing good is going to come with that much anger inside of you."
More information is available on the Times site.
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