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For years, Cho hid behind wall of silence

Killer's isolation likely began early

By Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / April 20, 2007

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BLACKSBURG, Va. — Growing up, Seung-Hui Cho struggled to express himself even before he and his parents immigrated to the United States from South Korea, seemingly trapped behind an intense shyness and unwillingness to communicate that caused ridicule and isolation until his final days, according to former classmates and a relative. (Full article: 1319 words)

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