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a loaded gun. The postings, first reported by The New York Times, make references to Harper having a son who has a disorder on the autism spectrum and of the family having strong pro-gun views. A woman is comforted after the deadly shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, on October 1st. While dispensing advice on handling anxiety five years ago, Harper purportedly wrote online that "I have Asperger's and I didn't do so bad. Laurel Harper's apparent online writings come in the form of posts to several websites, usually about health topics. The account linked to Harper also makes reference to her son having been "a headbanger" as a kid, as she dispensed advice on how to deal with a child who might injure himself. Tweety Bird often shares her email address in these posts, encouraging those with questions to reach out to her directly for additional guidance. All the guns were legally obtained by the shooter or family members over the last three years through a federally licensed firearms dealer, a federal official said last week. The majority of the online posts linked to Harper, however, are not about guns or politics or law. In
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  • Fall '15
  • Kingsley
  • Pervasive developmental disorder, Asperger syndrome, Laurel Harper

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