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Ron Haskell stands accused of a mass shooting in Texas

Accused mass shooter Ron Lee Haskell is wheeled from the courtroom after collapsing during a hearing on Friday, July 11, 2014, in Houston. Haskell is accused of a mass shooting that resulted in the death of six people.
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Accused mass shooter Ron Lee Haskell collapses as he appears in court on Friday, July 11, 2014, in Houston. Haskell is accused of a mass shooting that resulted in the death of six people.
Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle
Ron Haskell surrenders to law enforcement officers after 4-hour standoff on Wednesday, July 9, 2014, in Spring, Texas. The suspect is believed to have shot seven people, with a number of fatalities reported.
Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle
Law enforcement officers surround Ron Haskell in his car Wednesday, July 9, 2014, in Spring, Texas. Seven people were shot, with six confirmed dead.
Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle
Ron Haskell is the homecoming king for Chugiak High School in the 1999. Photo from the Chugiak High yearbook.
1999 Chugiak High School Yearbook
Ron Haskell walks near Chugiak High School in 1997.
Courtesy of Carolee Beckham
Ron Haskell Jr., in the Chugiak High yearbook, and a Harris Country mugshot after he alleged shot and killed six people.

The 33-year-old man accused of killing four children and their parents inside a suburban Houston home Wednesday attended an Alaska high school where he was voted homecoming king and class clown.

Read more here: Man accused of executing Texas family was voted homecoming king, class clown in Alaska