When Dayna Klein crept out of her office after the gunfire had ceased, she was looking for other survivors. Instead, Klein told a King County jury Monday, she walked into a “ghost town” after Naveed Haq opened fire at the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle nearly two years ago.
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One by one, victims and witnesses returned Monday to the chaotic and terrifying afternoon of July 28, 2006, when Naveed Haq forced his way into the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle and gunned down six employees.
The man accused of killing one woman and wounding five others during a shooting rampage last summer at the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity Wednesday to 11 new charges filed against him in connection with the shootings.
Suspect arrested; five hospitalized, three in critical condition SEATTLE, Washington (CNN) — Seattle police are beefing up security at temples and mosques Saturday after a woman was killed in a suspected hate crime linked to the Middle East crisis. Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske said a Muslim gunman killed a woman and wounded five others at a Jewish center in Seattle, Washington, Friday afternoon, and police were protecting mosques as well as synagogues out of fears of retaliation. A U.S. citizen, Naveed Afzal Haq, has been arrested and booked on a charge of murder and five charges of attempted murder. (Watch