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Danger living amongst us

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Submitted by Concerned Citizen (again) (United States), Jul 21, 2010 at 18:23

James Wilburn is now living in Suquamish with the father (Jack) of his deceased girlfriend, Jolene Abbott. He is conducting business as Castlekeep Studios; producing whatever products is unknown at this writing. D & B says he has 2 employees and an income of $100,000 annually. Very interesting, since all he knows how to do is make weapons, unless he learned some trade in prison over the past 4 years (3rd time in)

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