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Lives might have been saved if Virginia Tech officials had acted sooner after student Cho Seung-hui's first killings, a state report into the shootings says.
"Warning students, faculty and staff might have made a difference," it says.
The independent panel also concluded that though Cho had demonstrated signs of mental instability earlier, college staff had not intervened effectively.
Originally posted by DamnedDirtyApes
Unfortunate event for sure. The people who knew Cho was a threat fumbled, and shame on them. Each shooting give the anti-gun lobby more momentum, and the media just fuels the fire.