History of John Singer, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia (Links Added)
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On the morning of 18 January 1979 Singer was confronted outside his home by Utah law enforcement officers. His home was surrounded and he was told to surrender his weapon. Singer pointed a pistol at the officers and the officers responded killing Singer with multiple gunshot wounds. His wife Vickie was taken to jail and his children were placed in shelter homes. John Singer was buried in the Marion cemetery on 22 January 1979.

See: David Fleisher and David M. Freedman, Death of an American: The Killing of John Singer (1983).

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