Looking for Blame and Souvenirs From the 'Obliterated' Cho Family

In the five days that elapsed before the family of Seung-Hui Cho issued a public apology for the 32 Virginia Tech murders, Americans played the blame game. Should the shooter's parents answer for his crimes? Why was the response so late? Why has the family not shared their pain on camera? "The court of public opinion deals harshly with these families," said Dr. David Fox, a criminologist from Northeastern University who has worked on numerous mass murder cases. "Family shame is not limited to...Full Story
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