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Survivor of 2012 Dalton shooting charged with criminal threatening
Police found Ainsworth seriously wounded there from gunshots. They are believed to have had him taken to Weeks Medical Center in Lancaster before he was flown to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon where he recovered, but the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office would release little information on the shootings, and refused to confirm the details of Ainsworth’s treatment.
State medical examiners concluded that Besk had been shot in the chest and neck, and Smith had been shot in the head.
The two were cellmates for a time who took advantage of the June 2009 change in New Hampshire law that allowed same-sex couples to marry. They were wed in a ceremony at the state prison that took place after Ainsworth had completed his term of about 12 years. But Besk remained incarcerated for about two more years after the wedding, according to prison officials, who said he was an inmate from 1993 to late-2011.
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