Massacre on a College Campus

The mass shooting at Virginia Tech one year ago shook a campus and a country.

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On April 17, ABC News identified the Virginia Tech gunman as Seung-Hui Cho, a 23-year-old South Korean national who had lived in the United States since childhood. Cho had a history of mental illness that manifested itself in writings he submitted to professors and in relationships with other students. Cho put one of two semiautomatic pistols used in the massacre to his head and fired moments before authorities entered Norris Hall. (AP Photo)
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