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Suspect in the Washington mall shooting voted, but he's not a citizen

The suspect in the Washington mall shooting might also face an investigation into his voting record. News station KING-TV discovered he voted in three elections over the past three years, even though he isn't a U.S. citizen. He moved from Turkey as a child and holds a green card, so he's considered a permanent resident. But permanent residents don't have all the same rights that a citizen would.
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