University professor Amy Bishop – charged after allegedly open fire on six of her colleagues and killing three, last February – is facing new charges that she also shot and killed her brother 24 years ago.
Bishop was indicted on a single count of first-degree murder on Wednesday, the Boston Globe reports, after a Norfolk County, Mass., grand jury was presented with a detailed review of that case, People Magazine reports.
According to police reports, after Bishop fled the home in Braintree she tried to seize a car at gunpoint and pointed the weapon at police. Bishop was not questioned for 11 days after the shooting, and was never charged.
"Jobs weren't done, responsibilities were not met, and justice was not served," Norfolk County District Attorney Seth Keating told a press conference to announce Bishop's indictment for the murder in the first degree.
Bishop, 45, who has a doctorate in genetics from Harvard University, is being held on three counts of murder in Alabama after the shooting spree in a faculty meeting, which also wounded three others, Reuters says.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba believes that "Crimea has already become a" suitcase without a handle” for Russia