Richard S. Baumhammers, the Mount Lebanon, Pa., lawyer charged in the April 28 bias-related shooting deaths of five people of Asian, African and Jewish ancestry, seems to be a virtual unknown in legal circles to all but his law school classmates.

Beyond the anti-immigrant views professed on his Web site, little is known of the 34-year-old lawyer who graduated from Birmingham, Ala.’s Samford University Cumberland School of Law in 1992 and became a member of the bar in Pennsylvania and Georgia.

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