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Attorneys seek records in suit against UAH shooter

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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Survivors and families of the victims of the UAH shootings want access to public safety records related to campus.

Amy Bishop Anderson and her husband, James Anderson are being sued in civil court, and attorneys for some of the victims have issued a subpoena for the university's record keeper.

They're asking for security and police calls during certain time frames and the names of officers involved. They are specifically asking for any calls or requests for security or police services from the office of university Provost Dr. Vistasp Karbhari And former university President David Williams.

They also want records of incoming and outgoing phone calls from those same offices.

The subpoena doesn't stop there; attorneys want emails between Dr. Karbhari, David Williams, survivor Dr. Debra Moriarity and others. The emails they are interested in involve Bishop Anderson.

Bishop Anderson is serving life without parole at Tutwiler Prison. She pleaded guilty to capital murder and attempted murder for shooting six people, killing three in February 2010.

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