Seattle cafe gunman may have shot himself, police say
Fatal attacks » 3 died, 2 wounded at the cafe; another man killed a woman in an apparent carjacking.
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At a news conference, Mayor Mike McGinn said the spate of violence had "shaken" the city.
"It’s going to take our political leaders, coming together, to give our police officers the support and tools they need to do their jobs," McGinn said.
City Councilman Bruce Harrell said leaders needed to consider everything — from changing laws to addressing the culture of violence.
"If we are to be honest, there’s no easy fix," he said.
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