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On July 30, 2008, 38-year-old unemployed Army veteran Scott J. Johnson sexually assaulted a 24-year-old woman off a remote bike path in the woods of East Kingsford, MI. Along the Menominee River, teetering the Michigan/Wisconsin border, Johnson aggressively forced himself upon his unwilling victim, but the sexual assault committed that afternoon was only the precursor for one man’s murderous reign of terror. Scott Johnson changed the lives of several families in an instant - when he appeared from the wooded forest as if out of nowhere, dressed in full camouflage army fatigues while brandishing a semi-automatic rifle at a group of teenagers swimming by an old, abandoned train bridge. GoFundMe: Bailey's dialysis treatment fund Written by Michael Dunphy Jr., Executive Produced by Michael Ojibway.    This episode is also brought to you by Smile Brilliant. Use special code “INVISIBLE” for 30% of your order of professional teeth whitening a oral care products.    This episode of Invisible Choir is proudly sponsored by Best Fiends. Download this fun and exciting puzzle adventure game on the Apple App Store or on Google Play.    Invisible Choir Premium  Enjoy over 100 premium minisodes and additional bonus content for just $5 per month! Sign up today at    Visit Invisible Choir on the web:  Patreon - Invisible Choir Premium:  Website:  Facebook: Instagram: Twitter:   Written/Audio Sources:  Woman says suspect in Wis. shootings raped her KATRINA COATES—‘I SURVIVED: A DAY OF CHANGE’ Killer: Shooting teens was like spilling milk Wisconsin Army veteran Scott J. Johnson who shot and killed three teenage swimmers last summer compares killings to spilled milk At the Train Bridge Man who shot three at swimming hole near the Wisconsin-Michigan border gets life sentence UP shooter: 'I have yet to feel a glimmer of remorse' Kingsford, Michigan The Security of Our Nation's Passenger and Freight Railroad Network SCOTT J JOHNSON Inmate 00543917: Wisconsin DOC Prisoner Arrest Record 911 Calls Released From Deadly Wisc. Shooting Man Arrested in Ambush on 3 Wis. Swimmers Wis. Charges: Mich. Gunman Had 'Nothing to Lose' Man Arrested in River Ambush on Wis. Swimmers Wis. Killer: 'I Should Be Lined Up and Shot' Johnson Sentencing Life in Prison for Man Who Killed 3 Wis. Teens Border shooting victim remembered   Music a Sound Effect Sources Opening Track: “Clutches” by Kurtis Parker  Closing Track: “Giving Up on Love” by Noah Smith Music a Sound Effect Sources All music and sound effects used with express permission under unlimited blanket license authority from Epidemic Sound ® and SoundStripe ®.  Individual sources are available via request at

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