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Gilroy shooter read literature from both left and right, FBI says

GILROY, Calif. - The motive behind the Gilroy Garlic Festival rampage that left three dead remained a mystery Wednesday, with federal authorities saying literature found in searches of gunman Santino William Legan's homes ran the gamut from left to right.

John Bennett, FBI special agent in charge, said they had not determined the ideology

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