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The Times, St. Petersburg, FL

Wednesday, February 1, 1984

Victor Malcolm, a Florida condominium developer, was taking a bath when a man wielding a hammer appeared in the doorway and demanded money. Wet and naked, Malcolm was hit several times as the battle raged through the house. Malcolm was finally able to retrieve a hidden gun and shot the man, killing him.

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