George Zinkhan, a University of Georgia professor wanted in the murders of his wife and two others in a shooting that stunned Athens, Georgia, was found dead on Saturday. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that Zinkhan apparently dug his own grave in a wooded area, covered himself up, and then fired a single bullet into his own head. University of Georgia statements on the incident may be found here.
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