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Scott Ruffalo case: A 'chronic' playing of Russian Roulette? Really?

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Most people would never play Russian roulette.

Very few people would chronically play Russian roulette.

But, the suspect in custody in connection with the murder of Scott Ruffalo -- Mark's brother -- says it was just this habit that lead to the recent death.

Shaha Adham explained her theory through a jaw-dropping statement by her lawyer.

""We expect the coroners report to show the shooting was a result of the victim's chronic playing of Russian Roulette and his dangerous playing with firearms while under the use of controlled substances," lawyer Ronald Richards told the Daily News.
Actor Mark Ruffalo's brother, Scott, died after playing Russian Roulette, says murder suspect   [New York Daily News]

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