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Unformatted text preview: victims, Cho simply fired into his victims with little emotion on his face while saying nothing. He also tried to make it seem like the world forced him to murder, and he did not want to do it at all. This was not the same feeling that the Columbine shooters held. Cullen manages to make this argument based on logic, but it is still a weak one at that. All of the information used is mostly based on assumption and the small amount of hard evidence Cho left behind. Many doctors have offered multiple diagnoses about Cho Seung-Hui, but none of them are full and conclusive in diagnosing real cause for him to snap and commit the murders that he did. There may never be a clear cut answer as to what was truly going on in his mind, mostly because there is not enough evidence that can be presented about him that can give investigators a true and complete look into his mind, or enough to allow doctors to accurately diagnose him....
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- Spring '08