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Answers sought in school slaying

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People filed into the school auditorium last night to hear officials speak about the stabbing. About 1,000 attended. People filed into the school auditorium last night to hear officials speak about the stabbing. About 1,000 attended. (EVAN RICHMAN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Maria Cramer and Kristen Green
Globe Correspondent / January 26, 2007

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SUDBURY -- An overflow crowd of somber residents came to Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School last night, seeking to understand how the school's seeming safety was shattered when a 15-year-old freshman was stabbed to death last week and a special needs student was charged in the killing. (Full article: 1201 words)

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