Wow, I just found out the suspect in this heinous crime was (supposedly) a Baptist preacher: "...Kenneth A. Keith, 48, the pastor at Main Street Baptist Church in Burnside, Ky., allegedly shot and killed gold-buying store proprietors Michael and Angela Hockensmith, and a customer, Daniel P. Smith, on Sept. 20. And just days later, Keith paid his respects at a Sept. 24 funeral service for the slain couple, who left behind a 9-year-old son and a 14-month old daughter. He offered his condolences to the devastated mourners, showing no sign that he perpetrated what authorities say was an act of cold-blooded violence, relatives said...." ...and to complicate matters, he evidently has a brain tumor: Violence 'extremely out of character' for pastor accused in triple homicide, friend says "...a former business partner and longtime friend of Keith told the Herald-Leader on Thursday that the alleged actions of the pastor, who had been treated for brain cancer, were "extremely out of character for him."...." "....The Hollises said Keith had brain cancer and had received chemotherapy and radiation. The Hollises understood that Keith was cancer free, but still had a tumor in his head. Keith suffered severe headaches at times, the Hollises said. The Hollises wondered whether a tumor could explain Keith's actions, if in fact he committed the murders as charged. "Something bad, bad, bad wrong has happened if he did do this," Eugene Hollis said. Boyle Commonwealth's Attorney Richie Bottoms said Thursday that he could not discuss possible motive or evidence at this point. He said he could not confirm Keith had been diagnosed with brain cancer. "I'm 100 percent convinced that Mr. Keith did this," Bottoms said, "so I feel confident going forward with the prosecution of the case. The challenges are in the complication of handling a case with three deaths involved."..."