20 years after the Xerox mass murders, emotions about that day still run deep
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DENNIS ODA / 1999
The last body was carried out of the Xerox building and into the medical examiner’s van on Nov. 2, 1999, while Honolulu police and Xerox security personnel waited in the loading bays.
ASSOCIATED PRESS / 1999
Xerox repair technician Byran Uyesugi pleaded not guilty to one count of first-degree murder and seven counts of second-degree murder in District Court on Nov. 5, 1999.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / 1999
Byran Uyesugi was found sitting in his van in Tantalus after the shooting at Xerox.
Victims of the 1999 xerox shooting: At top from, left to right: Melvin Lee, Peter Mark and John Sakamoto. At bottom, from left to right: Jason Balatico, Ford Kanehira, Ron Kataoka, and Ron Kawamae.
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