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Lawsuits settled in UAH campus shooting

Civil lawsuits against Bishop-Anderson and her husband were settled Monday. Civil lawsuits against Bishop-Anderson and her husband were settled Monday.
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Civil lawsuits filed against Amy Bishop-Anderson and her husband, James Anderson, were settled Monday.

Multiple lawsuits were filed by survivors and families of the victims in the 2010 campus shooting at UAH.

Bishop-Anderson pleaded guilty to attempted murder and capital murder. Three people were killed and three others were injured.

Bishop-Anderson is currently serving a life sentence. 

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