Man who is suspected of killing wife, 2 daughters expresses hatred in note he left behind


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REDDING, California — For a first time, authorities have revealed a handwritten apology note by a Northern California man believed to have shot and killed his wife and two young daughters last year.

The Redding Record Seachlight reports ( ) that in the short note, found in his abandoned pickup in Humboldt County, Shane Miller says he was "sorry."

The note will stand as Miller's last will and testament in an upcoming probate proceeding for his estate valued at more than $800,000, according to documents filed in connection with the Shasta County Superior Court probate case.

In the note, he leaves his belongings to his other four children.

He also wrote that he just wanted "love" and expressed hate for his mother and father.

Miller's body was found in August in Humboldt County. It appeared he shot himself.

Information from: Record Searchlight,

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