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Old 04-28-2012, 09:14 AM
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Another Right-Wing Sicko Goes On Killing Rampage

Peter Keller Now Suspect In Murders Of His Wife, Daughter

NORTH BEND, Wash. – King County Sheriff's Detectives are now calling Peter A. Keller a suspect in the murder of his wife and daughter Sunday morning in their house near North Bend.

Eighteen-year-old Kaylene Keller and 41-year-old Lynnettee Keller both died from gunshots to the head. The bodies were discovered Sunday by firefighters responding to a fire in the home. They also found seven gasoline cans inside.

Detectives and prosecutors have filed a Certification of Probable Cause, which was signed by a judge authorizing the arrest of Keller for 2 counts of 1st Degree Murder and 1st Degree Arson.

Probable cause documents state that Peter Keller was "preparing for the end of the world," and had often took supplies to a "fort" in the woods.

Lynnette's family told detectives that Peter Keller had a "survialist mentality and distaste for authority" and would likely fight if confronted by police.

The documents also state that Keller reportedly told co-workers on April 18 that he "may not come back to work the next week... or maybe ever."

Court documents also reveal that:

•The fire was set by placing a plastic gas can into a skillet on the stove and turning on the burner

•Keller was known to have a gun collection and body armor - all the weapons were missing from the home

•Keller had withdrawn $6,200 in cash from his bank account on Friday

•The safe in the home was left open, as was the door of a shed

•Keller purchased a new laptop computer within the last two weeks

•Keller's mountain bike is missing

"Based on the facts that we have right now, we believe that violent death came to Lynnettee and Kaylene unexpectedly in their home from a family member who had been familiar and trusted," Sheriff Steve Strachan said at a news conference.

"The obvious question is how much danger does Keller present for hikers, campers and the public," said Strachan.

"I don't think we need to be fearful, but we do need to be aware and use common sense to stay safe. If you're hiking or using areas of the mountains carry a cell phone, do not confront Keller, and let us know if you see or know anything about his location," said Strachan.

Anyone with information on the car or Keller's whereabouts can call the King County Sheriff's Office at 206-296-3311 or 911.

King County Sheriff's Office Facebook page regarding Keller's truck


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Old 04-28-2012, 09:24 AM
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Old 04-28-2012, 01:21 PM
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Re: Another Right-Wing Sicko Goes On Killing Rampa

They got him.

Sheriff: Body found in Wash. mountain bunker

SEATTLE (AP) — After a nearly 23-hour standoff, police blew up the top of an elaborate bunker in the Cascade Mountains on Saturday and found the body of a man inside — believed to be that of a survivalist wanted in the deaths of his wife and daughter last weekend.
The suspect appeared to have shot himself, King County sheriff's Sgt. Katie Larson said. Officials were awaiting positive identification of the body.
The raid ended a tense week for law enforcement officials who tried to track down 41-year-old Peter Keller, a gun enthusiast described by his family as having a "survivalist mentality." That Keller was likely armed and on the loose in an extremely popular hiking and mountain-biking area east of Seattle kept many people on edge.
Keller had spent eight years building the bunker into the side of Rattlesnake Ridge, police said. It was thoroughly camouflaged and had multiple levels.
SWAT teams spent a grueling seven hours on the mountainside Friday morning, virtually crawling over dangerously steep terrain slick with mud from recent rains, before they found the bunker. A number of officers were treated intravenously for dehydration, and one broke his ankle, said sheriff's Sgt. Cindi West said.
After long shifts, the officers appeared exhausted, their faces smeared with camouflage paint, as they rode down the mountain in sport-utility vehicles or armored carriers to be replaced by fresher teams.
SWAT officers who kept watch on the bunker through Friday night said they saw lights going on and off, and they believed its occupant had everything necessary to remain inside for a long time — including a generator, food, gas mask, bullet-resistant vest and many guns.
Photographs found in Keller's home after the killings gave authorities an idea of where it was; in one picture that they enhanced, detectives could make out buildings in nearby North Bend. Combined with reports from alert hikers who remembered seeing his faded red pickup truck at the Rattlesnake Ridge trailhead, the sheriff's office sent experienced trackers to the area, where they found off-trail boot prints confirming their belief that he was somewhere on the ridge.
They could smell smoke from its woodstove before they found it.
Authorities pumped tear gas into the structure Friday, but it failed to flush the occupant — either because it didn't penetrate deep enough into the structure, or because the person had a gas mask.
Officers described the bunker as "amazingly fortified" and said the photos recovered from Keller's house don't do it justice, West said.
The bunker was found at about the 1,350-foot level, several hundred yards due east of a trailhead at Rattlesnake Ridge. It had several entryways and ladders.
Court documents described Keller as a loner who has a survivalist mentality and has been stockpiling supplies in the woods.
An arrest warrant issued Wednesday accuses him of two counts of first-degree murder and one count of first-degree arson; the home was set on fire after Keller's wife and daughter were shot.
The fire at Keller's home was stopped before the house burned down, and authorities said they found seven gasoline cans placed in different areas of the home.
The King County medical examiner has determined Kaylene Keller, 18, and her mother, Lynnettee Keller, 41, both died from gunshots to the head. Their bodies were found in their bedrooms.
Kaylene's boyfriend told detectives that Peter Keller had shown him his gun collection and several large-caliber rifles and handguns, court documents said. The boyfriend, who was not identified, said Kaylene had told him her father took long hikes on the weekends and was stockpiling supplies at a fort in the woods.
Peter Keller withdrew $6,200 from a bank last week and told one of his co-workers at a computer refurbishing store in Preston that he might not return, according to court documents.

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