Shot Seminole lawyer said in hiding
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Jim Shore, the general counsel for the Seminole Tribe of Florida, has been in hiding since he was released from the hospital after being shot in what authorities have called a mob-style hit.

Shore, 56, was shot in his home January 9. Police are still investigating the attack.

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