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Last updated on Wednesday, March 5, 2014
(INDIANAPOLIS) - There were fireworks outside the courtroom Tuesday morning where two families of a murder suspect and his alleged victims got into a shouting match.
Kenneth Rackemann went to court this morning. He's accused of shooting and killing four people.
"If you want justice, find the right people!" said one young woman. Family members of the victims shouted at her, saying, "There will be a trial!"
Court documents show Kenneth Rackemann provided security for one of the victims before a botched robbery attempt on South Parker Avenue on February 20th.
Rackemann, along with Samantha Bradley, Anthony Larussa and Valencia Williams are accused of killing two men and two women inside the home.
Investigators say drugs were sold out of the house bringing in thousands of dollars a day, but court records show the robbers only got a few dollars from one of the victim's pockets.
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