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Christmas Eve shooter to remain under care

Judge orders man committed for 30 years

9:45 PM, Apr. 5, 2013
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Christopher Garland knew his brother-in-law struggled with mental illness, but more than a year after Christopher Andreas went on a Christmas Eve shooting spree that left Garland in a wheelchair, he still finds himself wondering why it had to happen.

"I said this whole time, I want to understand what Chris is going through," Garland said. "I've spent the last year thinking about it everyday."

Andreas, who has a history of mental health illnesses, shot at family members during a holiday gathering in 2011. ...

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