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Dad Mourns Daughter in Seattle Slayings
Cat : Chez Les Autres
Date : 2006-03-28 16:50:06                      Reader : 1663
Immediately Coran , Prophet Mohamed and Islam as well as Muslims will be all accused !! Fortunately the crime is committed by non Muslim, so media talk with low profile without notification of the race or faith or holy sacred book of the criminal . So please readers, remember that terrorism is not a Muslim product.

Associated France Press (AP) 28/3/2006

Dad Mourns Daughter in Seattle Slayings

 

By GENE JOHNSON,
SEATTLE - Kyle Moore dropped his 14-year-old daughter off at a Tacoma bowling alley Friday night, knowing she was meeting up with older friends for a ride to a dance party in Seattle, one with a zombie theme.
He didn’t kiss her for fear of smearing her black and white makeup — a get-up that would enable her to get into the "Better Off Undead" rave for a discounted price, $15. He didn’t hug her for fear of getting the makeup on himself.

But he did tell her he loved her as she left the car, and he’s thankful for that. By early the next morning, Melissa Moore became the youngest of six people massacred by a gunman at a house party.

"She liked the dancing, and she loved to meet people," Kyle Moore said Monday as he stood outside the home where she died. He was wearing one of her T-shirts; it still smelled like her, he said.

The gunman, Aaron Kyle Huff, 28, was armed with three guns, more than 300 rounds of ammunition, a baseball bat and a black machete, and told guests as he blazed away, "There’s plenty for everyone," authorities said Monday.

Huff, 28, was "clearly intent on doing homicidal mayhem," Deputy Police Chief Clark Kimerer said. When police confronted Huff, he put a shotgun in his mouth and pulled the trigger.

Investigators said they had no idea what triggered the assault. Toxicology results will not be available for several days and a search of Huff’s apartment didn’t turn up any notes or literature that might point to a motive, Kimerer said.

Police said the victims, many of them dressed up as zombies, had met Huff earlier in the night at a rave called "Better Off Undead" and invited him to a party at their rented home.

That’s where Melissa Moore ended up after the rave. Her friends couldn’t find her after the dance party broke up and went home. The ninth-grader went on to the after-party at the blue, two-story home on Capitol Hill.

Morning found her sitting on the porch with two young girls she had just met. One was cold, and Melissa offered her coat. The girl took it. In it were Melissa’s camera and cell phone.

Just after 7 a.m., Huff, who had briefly left the party, returned fully armed. He blasted Melissa and one of her new friends, 15-year-old Suzanne Thorne, in the head, police said. The other girl — the one wearing Melissa’s coat — escaped, along with more than two dozen others.

By Saturday morning, her father was worried. He tried calling his daughter repeatedly, but her voice mail always picked up on the first ring. He began driving frantically around her familiar haunts. He drove to her friends’ homes, hoping for news. He had learned of the shooting, and he had a bad feeling.

Finally, with the help of detectives, the girl with Melissa’s coat was able to charge the cell phone and extract Moore’s number. The girl told Kyle Moore what happened.

He smiled sadly Monday as he thought of one of his daughter’s last acts: giving her coat to someone she barely knew. It was just like her, he said.

"If she had her last dollar she’d give it to you," he said. "As long as you treated her right, you had a friend for life."


 
 
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