The gunman who killed eight people at a football watching party in Texas was the hostess’ estranged husband — a jilted man who moved out months earlier but just couldn’t move on, relatives and authorities say. Spencer James Hight, a 32-year-old software engineer contractor, was killed by cops Sunday after they responded to the bloody...
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FEBRUARY 11, 2013
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FOREIGN LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
2013 - AP HOSTESS HOLDINGS, L.P.
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