On Tuesday night, ex-convict Clay Duke took over a school board meeting in Panama City, Fla, waving a gun and saying the board had fired his wife. It begins with Duke spray-painting the
symbol on the wall. At one point, a board member tries to disarm him with her purse. She fails, but Duke does not fire. A few minutes later, Superintendent Bill Husfelt asks Duke to let everyone else go. Duke responds like this. (Shooting.) A security guard then exchanges fire with Duke, who finally turns the gun on himself. No one else is hurt, which board members later call "...a miracle."