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Stricken campus asks why

Gunman identified as English major whose writings alarmed professor

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / April 18, 2007

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BLACKSBURG, Va. -- The day after a Virginia Tech student opened fire on his schoolmates in the deadliest shooting rampage in US history, campus police and FBI agents confirmed the identity of the young man who was responsible -- an English major whose dark writings led one professor to refer him for psychological counseling. But there were no answers to ... (Full article: 1120 words)

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