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State police troopers made a report to the jury that they found a sniper manual inside the Pennsylvania home of an anti-government sharpshooter charged in a 2014 barracks ambush that killed one trooper and wounded another. Frein 

Troopers say they recovered a U.S. Army manual called "Sniper Training and Employment" from Eric Frein's bedroom, as well as hundreds of rounds of ammunition that prosecutors displayed for the jury. The ammunition had the same markings as the shell casings recovered from the scene of the ambush.

The testimony came Friday on the fourth day of Frein's trial.

Frein could face a death sentence if he's convicted of killing Cpl. Bryon Dickson II and critically wounded Trooper Alex Douglass during a late-night shift change at the Blooming Grove state police barracks.

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