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Widow of Wesley Chapel theater shooting victim plans news conference

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Widow in theater slaying to speak

Nicole Oulson, whose husband was killed last week in a Wesley Chapel movie theater shooting, will hold a news conference this morning with her attorneys.

A news release from the law firm McIntyre, Panzarella, Thanasides said the news conference is "regarding the shooting death of Mrs. Oulson's husband, Chad Oulson."

Chad Oulson, 43, was killed Jan. 13 in a dispute inside the Cobb Grove 16 theater. Authorities said he was texting on his phone when another theater patron, retired Tampa police officer Curtis Reeves Jr., became angry and left to complain to management. Reeves returned to the theater, the argument resumed and Reeves shot Oulson in the chest, authorities said.

Widow of Wesley Chapel theater shooting victim plans news conference 01/21/14 [Last modified: Tuesday, January 21, 2014 8:27pm]
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