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In this undated photo provided by the Montgomery County, Pa., District Attorney's office, Mark R. Geisenheyner is seen. Geisenheyner, a career criminal suspected of shooting five people, two of them fatally, inside a suburban Philadelphia home over an insurance fraud scheme, was killed by SWAT team members after a six-hour standoff Monday July 4, 2011, authorities said. Since leaving prison in 2010, Geisenheyner, 51, had been vowing revenge on Paul Shay, one of the victims of a weekend shooting in rural Montgomery County, authorities said. (AP Photo/Montgomery County District Attorney's Office)

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A career criminal suspected of shooting five people, two of them fatally, inside a suburban home over an alleged insurance-fraud scheme was killed by SWAT team members after a six-hour standoff Monday, authorities said.

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