BEACON HILL The King County Medical Examiner's office has released the name of the victim of a drive-by shooting that took place along the 4700 block of 14th Avenue South in the early morning of Friday, June 16. Hugo Rabanales-Aguilar, age 21, was killed by a gunshot wound to the chest. Another Hispanic man and a Hispanic woman, both in their 20s, were injured. On Tuesday, June 20, Seattle Police released more information on the suspects, who are still at large. According to witnesses the three Hispanic males, all of whom appeared to be in their 20s, were driving a "dull-white," late-model Ford Taurus with tinted windows and a Mother Teresa figurine hanging from the rearview mirror. Police spokesman Rich Pruitt says that there is no evidence suggesting that the shooting was gang related. DOWNTOWN It was supposed to be an exhibition for all the bold and exciting condo constructions coming to downtown, but the Tuesday, June 13, realtor symposium at Benaroya Hall was nearly marred by one unforeseen development: a 12-foot-tall fat cat inflated by union agitators at the corner of University Street and Third Avenue—mere feet from the Benaroya vestibule. The union guys handed fliers to passersby that questioned the developers' commitment to union labor. But the fat cat summed it up best: One hand strangled a hardhatted worker. On the pinkie of the other hand was a diamond ring. —TF