Massacre at Virginia Tech

Massacre at Virginia Tech - Being known as a loner, is also...

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Przybylski “Massacre at Virginia Tech” This article was about the recent shooting at the Virginia Tech College. Since this article is so recent many of the facts and reasons for this crime are unknown. This article did release who the killer was and labeled him as a loner, for this reason it was hard to get details about the 23 year old English major. The man who did this was an alien who moved to the United States in the early 1990’s. Officers said he left a note in his room detailing that other people drove him to do this. This was a well thought out massacre. Other answers are yet to come as the story is still developing. This article is of interest and was well written especially because the crime happened so recently. Although this article didn’t go into any details about the shooters history it will be interesting to find out in upcoming days if he had a delinquent past.
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Unformatted text preview: Being known as a loner, is also a good indication that this man was troubled and had a hard time finding his place in society. I think that this article was well done and gives all of us other college students not at Virginia Tech a place to know whats going on. Since this crime at least 3 colleges across the United States shut down campuses due to bomb threats. Bomb threats were also made two times in the last month at the Virginia Tech campus. I dont know if this has any correlation but it does show that once something like this happens copy-cat activity of the same nature seem to follow. Keeping us up to date on these recent events is exactly what this article is doing and is a necessary way to communicate to the rest of the world....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course SOC 314 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Winona.

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