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Posted: Apr 16 2007, 08:38 AM
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Apr 16, 2007 12:28 PM

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BLACKSBURG, Va. — The police chief of the Virginia Tech university campus police says at least 22 people are dead after a shooting at the university this morning.
The chief said the gunman has been killed.


Students have been told to stay inside and away from windows. And police are sweeping the campus and working to establish whether the gunman acted alone.

On its web site, Virginia Tech said the shootings at opposite ends of the campus hurt “multiple victims.”

All entrances to the campus are closed and classes cancelled.

It was second time in less than a year that the campus was closed because of a shooting.

In August 2006, the opening day of classes was cancelled and the campus closed when an escaped jail inmate allegedly killed a hospital guard off campus and fled to the Tech area. A sheriff’s deputy involved in the manhunt was killed on a trail just off campus.

The accused gunman, William Morva, faces capital murder charges.


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Posted: Apr 16 2007, 08:41 AM
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Gunman Kills at Least 20 on Virginia Tech Campus (Update4)

By Demian McLean

April 16 (Bloomberg) -- A gunman killed at least 20 students and faculty today at Virginia Tech University in the deadliest school shooting in U.S. history.

Shots were fired at the college's West Ambler Johnston dormitory and at the engineering school's Norris Hall, according to the university's Web site. Police aren't sure if the two shooting incidents are related and declined to identify the people killed, though they said the gunman is dead.

The campus is closed and classes canceled. Students were locked inside buildings as police tried to determine if another shooter was involved.

``Stay inside your building, away from windows,'' the school's Web site said.

It's at least the second fatal shooting near the school in eight months. An inmate escaped a hospital and killed a police officer and security guard last August.

The shooting also follows a week in which bomb threats were made at the school, formally called Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. It has about 26,000 students.

Virginia Tech spokesman Larry Hincker didn't return phone messages or e-mails from Bloomberg News.


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Posted: Apr 16 2007, 09:00 AM
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The initial reports that began coming in about an hour ago stated that one person had died with anywhere from seventeen to twenty one people injured with one suspect arrested. Now WABC News is reporting that there are over twenty dead with at least twenty injured wih the shooter apparently dead...

I was listining Rush Limbaugh when the two latest reports were announced. Limbaugh was stuck on the Imus topic and not paying too much attention to the shooting incident... blinkNEW.gif I was about to switch to another station when WABC finally expanded their coverage at around 12:50 PM EST

12:54: reporting that the gunman appears to be dead and was a single shooter with over 20 dead. Bush states that it is a "tragedy of monumental proportions."

12:56: looking for more possible shooters...

The first shooting was reported at 7:15 AM...

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Police: 22 dead, including suspect, in Virginia Tech shootings

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BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) - Police say 22 people are dead including the suspect at Virginia Tech and 28 people are wounded after a shooting spree on Monday.


"Today the university was struck with a tragedy that we consider of monumental proportions," said university president Charles Steger. "The university is shocked and indeed horrified."

Gunfire erupted in a dorm and classroom at Virginia Tech on Monday, killing at least 22 people and wounding 28 others before the suspect was killed, authorities said.

The university told students to stay inside and away from windows as police swept the campus and worked to establish whether the gunman acted alone.

On the Web site, Tech reported the shootings at opposite ends of the 2,600-acre campus at West Ambler Johnston, a co-ed residence hall that houses 895 people, and said there were "multiple victims" at Norris Hall, an engineering building.

The name of the gunman was not released.

Up until Monday, the deadliest campus shooting in U.S. history took place in 1966 at the University of Texas, where Charles Whitman climbed to the 28th-floor observation deck of a clock tower and opened fire. He killed 16 people before he was gunned down by police.

In the Columbine High bloodbath near Littleton, in 1999, two teenagers killed 12 fellow students and a teacher before taking their own lives.

On Monday, one student was killed in a dorm and the others were killed in the classroom, Virginia Tech Police Chief W.R. Flinchum.

Government officials with knowledge of the case told The Associated Press there were seven to eight other "casualties."

All entrances to the campus were closed and classes canceled through Tuesday.

"There's just a lot of commotion. It's hard to tell exactly what's going on," said student Jason Anthony Smith, 19, who lives in the dorm where shooting took place.

Aimee Kanode, a freshman from Martinsville, said the shooting happened on the 4th floor of West Ambler Johnston dormitory, one floor above her room. Kanode's resident assistant knocked on her door about 8 a.m. to notify students to stay put.

"They had us under lockdown," Kanode said. "They temporarily lifted the lockdown, the gunman shot again."

"We're all locked in our dorms surfing the Internet trying to figure out what's going on," Kanode said.

Madison Van Duyne, a student who was interviewed by telephone on CNN, said, "We are all in lockdown. Most of the students are sitting on the floors away from the windows just trying to be as safe as possible."

It was second time in less than a year that the campus was closed because of a shooting.

In August 2006, the opening day of classes was cancelled and the campus closed when an escaped jail inmate allegedly killed a hospital guard off campus and fled to the Tech area. A sheriff's deputy involved in the manhunt was killed on a trail just off campus.

The accused gunman in that situation, William Morva, faces capital murder charges.


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Posted: Apr 16 2007, 09:20 AM
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Statement by Virginia Tech President on Shooting

The university was struck today with a tragedy of monumental proportions. There were two shootings on campus. In each case, there were fatalities. The university is shocked and horrified that this would befall our campus. I want to extend my deepest, sincerest and most profound sympathies to the families of these victims which include students There are 22 confirmed deaths.

We currently are in the process of notifying families of victims. The Virginia Tech Police are being assisted by numerous other jurisdictions. Crime scenes are being investigated by the FBI, University Police, and State Police. We continue to work to identify the victims impacted by this tragedy. I cannot begin to covey my own personal sense of loss over this senselessness of such an incomprehensible and heinous act The university will immediately set up counseling centers. So far centers have been identified in Ambler Johnson and the Cook Counseling Center to work with our campus community and families.

Here are some of the facts we know:

At about 7:15 a.m. this morning a 911 call came to the University Police Department concerning an event in West Amber Johnston Hall. There were multiple shooting victims. While in the process of investigating, about two hours later the university received reports of a shooting in Norris Hall. The police immediately responded. Victims have been transported to various hospitals in the immediate area in the region to receive emergency treatment.

We will proceed to contact the families of victims as identities are available.

All classes are cancelled and the university is closed for the remainder for the today. The university will open tomorrow at 8 a.m. but classes will be cancelled on Tuesday. The police are currently staging the release of people from campus buildings.

Families wishing to reunite with the students are suggested to meet at the Inn at Virginia Tech. We are making plans for a convocation tomorrow (Tuesday) at noon at Cassell Coliseum for the university community to come together to begin to deal with the tragedy.


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Posted: Apr 16 2007, 09:57 AM
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I just saw this on my Chan 2 here... 30 dead so far

I wonder what this is distracting our attention from?

Did Israel or USA bomb Iran yet?

Remember Columbine?

The same day the 2 medicated youths shot up Columbine, Clinton was dropping mega bombs on Kosovo killing many many people.... but Clinton of course, bombed an aspirin plant. He's as good as Bush at killing innocent people.




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Posted: Apr 16 2007, 10:11 AM
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I just saw this on my Chan 2 here... 30 dead so far

I wonder what this is distracting our attention from?

Did Israel or USA bomb Iran yet?



I haven't seen anything else being reported yet... Limbaugh is still stuck on the Imus topic... NO ONE has called in about the shootings... sadoriginal.gif headbanger.gif

The only thing being mentioned is that the 40th anniversary of the Texas shooting was about a month ago...

I was getting the feeling that they were preparing to do something major...


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Posted: Apr 16 2007, 10:15 AM
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CNN says 22 dead

CBS said 30.... blah...fricken liars... what can we believe?




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Posted: Apr 16 2007, 10:16 AM
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These orchestrated campus school shootings are all part of our controllers plans of Problem~Reaction~Solution

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Posted: Apr 16 2007, 10:17 AM
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I don't like the timing on this one...


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By DAVID STOUT. WASHINGTON, April 16 - President Bush pressed Congress again today to pass a war-spending bill without restrictions, asserting that lawmakers would be undercutting American troops in Iraq if they failed to do so.
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Sudan Accepts U.N. Force in Darfur
Monday, April 16, 2007 (one hour ago)

By EDITH M. LEDERER, Associated Press Writer

UNITED NATIONS —  Sudan on Monday accepted the deployment of U.N. attack helicopters and 3,000 peacekeepers in Darfur, the first time it has allowed a significant injection of U.N. forces to help African troops struggling to bring peace to the region.

Sudanese Foreign Minister spokesman Ali Sadiq said Khartoum has accepted the so-called "second package" that outlines the deployment _ including the attack helicopters. The Sudanese government, however, had resisted a U.N. force in the past and frequently reversed position after appearing to agree to a peacekeeping mission.

"The heavy support package has been fully accepted by the Sudanese government, there is no more discussion," Sadiq told The Associated Press.

He said it was now up to the United Nations to decide when to deploy some 3,000 troops and the gunships to reinforce the African Union mission.

The United States had held off on imposing sanctions against Sudan to allow time for the government to decide to accept the U.N. plan, under which a joint force of U.N. and African Union peacekeepers would be deployed in Darfur.

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President Bush pressed Congress again today to pass a war-spending bill without restrictions

there ya go... he demands more money or else




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Posted: Apr 16 2007, 10:31 AM
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furious.gif 29 dead... 17 injured... The worst school shooting in US history so far...

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there ya go... he demands more money or else


absolutely...

21 minutes ago:

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President Bush Described As 'Horrified' by Shootings at Virginia Tech


WASHINGTON Apr 16, 2007 (AP)— President Bush was described Monday as shocked and saddened by the mass shooting at Virginia Tech, the deadliest incident of campus violence ever in this country.

"He was horrified and his immediate reaction was one of deep concern for the families of the victims, the victims themselves, the students, the professors and all the people of Virginia who have dealt with this shocking incident," White House deputy press secretary Dana Perino said. "His thoughts and prayers are with them."

"The president believes that there is a right for people to bear arms, but that all laws must be followed," Perino said, noting that Bush and Education Secretary Margaret Spellings held a conference on school gun violence last October. "Certainly, bringing a gun into a school domitory and shooting … is against the law and something someone should be held accountable for," Perino said...


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"Pay no attention to the man behind the green curtain"

DarmonVing, our controllers are master magicians and masters of psychology.




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Posted: Apr 16 2007, 10:54 AM
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Possibly 32 dead and 28 injured now. angryNEW.gif Limbaugh still stuck on Imus and racism related topics BTW... headbanger.gif WTF?

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'32 killed' in deadliest US school shooting

Tuesday Apr 17 04:09 AEST
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At least 32 people were killed in a shooting rampage at a US university in Virginia Monday, Fox News reported citing federal sources.


"The numbers we have right now are 32 people killed and 28 being treated," Fox reported.

On its website, Virginia Tech University confirmed that 22 people had died, including a gunman, in the deadliest school shooting in US history.

Virginia Tech Police Chief Wendell Flinchum told reporters earlier the toll was "at least 20 fatalities." .

One of the dead was the gunman, but Flinchum had no information as to whether he killed himself or had been killed by others.

"At this time we believe it was only one gunman," Flinchum said. "He is deceased.

The university in Blacksburg, in western Virginia, was locked down as police combed the campus after shootings in two separate buidings, which went well beyond the toll of 15 dead in a shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado in 1999.

University president Charels Steger called the shootings a tragedy of "monumental proportion."

"The university is shocked and indeed horrified that this would befall us," he said at a press conference hours after the morning shootings.

Gunfire first broke out earlier Monday in a residence on the campus of Virginia Tech, a university of about 25,000 students located some 425 kilometers (264 miles) southwest of Washington.

Gunfire was then also heard in a second building, called the Norris Hall.

"Those on campus are asked to remain where they are, lock their doors and stay away from windows," the university initially announced before it began evacuating the students and faculty in waves.

Entrances to the campus were meanwhile closed as television images showed heavily armed police rushing across the school grounds in a light snowfall.

The shooting comes just days ahead of the anniversary of the shooting rampage at Columbine in Littleton, Colorado on April 20, 1999.

Amy Steele, the chief editor of of the student newspaper, told CNN that she had spoken to students in the buildings where the shootings were heard, and was told many were running around in a panic.

"The police officers were trying to, you know, settle everyone down and keep everything under control," she said.

"One of the injuries happened from a student jumping out of a window."

Last August Virigina Tech was the site of another shooting when an escaped prisoner tried to hide on the campus, US media reported.

A security guard and a policeman were killed before the man was re-arrested. Virginia Tech's website also announced that a reward of 5,000 dollars had been posted on Sunday for information leading to the arrest of those behind two bomb hoaxes at the campus on April 2 and 13.


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Posted: Apr 16 2007, 11:13 AM
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Is that cracker Limpybaugh still talkin bout nappy headed ho's?

He needs a greasy dego wop like me to come slap his face around till he shows sum respect!
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