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(wgvu) - PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) - A jury has convicted a man charged in an
April 2007 shooting at a Troy accounting firm that left a
receptionist dead and two managing partners wounded.
Anthony LaCalamita III has been found guilty of first-degree
murder and assault with intent to murder in the shotgun slaying of
63-year-old Madeline Kafoury and assault with intent to kill in the
shootings of Paul Riva and Alan Steinberg at the accounting firm.
Defense attorney Jerome Fenton has argued LaCalamita's extensive
history of mental illness is to blame. Assistant Oakland County
Prosecutor Rob Novy says the 39-year-old Troy man shot his former
co-workers because he was furious over his firing four days

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