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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Double machete slaying in Fort Smith

Posted By on Thu, Jun 27, 2013 at 10:46 AM

GREGORY AARON KINSEY
  • GREGORY AARON KINSEY
Here's one for the gun enthusiasts. Guns don't kill people, machetes kill people.

Channel 4 reports on a double machete slaying in Fort Smith. Charged is Gregory Kinsey, 20.

A witness reportedly told police the victims were drinking beer on the front porch when Kinsey walked by the home carrying grocery bags. Kinsey and the men begin to exchange words and then he pulled out a machete and stabbed them.

Witnesses told police Kinsey said something about 'Satan being within him' before he attacked the men.

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