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School killing stuns suburbs

Stabbing suspect spoke of violence, classmates say

By Brian R. Ballou and Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / January 20, 2007

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SUDBURY -- A 16-year-old sophomore accused of fatally stabbing a freshman at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School yesterday frequently boasted about his knowledge of weapons and violent crime, and once asked a teacher for acid so he could build a bomb, fellow students said. (Full article: 1345 words)

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