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Accused teen fits no single profile

School violence defies stereotype

By Patricia Wen
Globe Staff / October 10, 2004

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Marshfield High School junior Tobin Kerns, accused of plotting a Columbine-style massacre, shares some of the characteristics of other teenagers who have been charged with similar crimes: Kerns is 16 and male. He has distanced himself from the mainstream crowd and suffered psychological distress. And before his arrest last month on charges of plotting to kill eight people at Marshfield ... (Full Article: 1128 Words)

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