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The struggling actor and son of a prominent Chicago couple sent a six-hundred page 'manifesto' to relatives, police and news outlets before killing his parents and then committing suicide, say police.
Aaron Wulf, 36, shot and stabbed his parents to death at approximately 10.49am on Wednesday in their Talon Pointe vacation home in Las Vegas, according to Las Vegas Metropolitan Police.
Cops received a phone call from a worried Illinois relative of the couple who was a recipient of the son's sprawling and emotionally-charged manifesto, reports Las Vegas Review-Journal.
After receiving the document, in which Wulf threatened to kill himself, the relative called the home of Art Wulf, 69, and Jan Morgan-Wulf, 66, and heard screams and sounds of a struggle when the phone was answered. The relative then called police, who arrived at 11.23am, but found the three adults already dead.
The couple were in their upstairs bedroom dead from gunshot and stab wounds, and their son was on the landing, dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to police.
Despite the worried relative and police receiving copies of the manifesto, cops say they did not realize a crime was in progress, and arrived at the home too late to intervene.
The manifesto, in which Aaron Wulf details a litany of complaints against his parents and others, was mailed to Las Vegas cops a few days before the incident.
However, police say they only received it after the three were dead, although they would not specify when, according to Northbrook Patch.
The manifesto contained six hundred pages of written complaint and explanation for his impending suicide, plus photo, videos, and two hours of audio. Reportedly, it took Wulf five months to compile the allegation-filled document.
'If you are receiving this now, it means that I am dead,' the manifesto begins, according to the Journal....
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