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 Post subject: Virginia shooting
Unread postPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2007 11:51 am 
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Grabe an patay na mga studyante.Uno hinbaw an na kun sino?Asian sa kuno ,adoy kakulbai.


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sin -uy yaniro ba.Asian kuno an suspect.


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sin -uy yaniro ba.Asian kuno an suspect.



Sibs,

A Chinese national who was just given a student visa last August 2006 only, had a serious quarrel with his girlfriend (matud sa balita sa tv). 33 died (teachers and students) on the spot including himself, 26 others were wounded. During the shoot out the classroom was locked ... sticken up! no one was allowed to go near the window ... shoot, shoot, shoot!, then went to another hall (forgot the name) and did the same... The suspect had two guns loaded plus additional load (inday uno adton ngan). Isa kuno ka kargada 10 pero 19 ka buto ... kamo dakay klaro kay paga turogi na ako. itubag ko lang ikaw Sibs ....

May their souls rest in PEACE! :wink Louy kadayaw. Everyone is requested to say a prayer for the eternal repose of victims' souls.
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AN BIGTUYON NA BORAG AMO SAY KUNO SUSPECT. HEHEHE JOKE DA HA. HAIN NA RABA ANHI. INDAY AT LARGE NA BAGAN.

balitaw, let's pray for the eternal repose of victims' souls.


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 Post subject: Re: Virginia shooting
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SIBULING wrote:
Grabe an patay na mga studyante.Uno hinbaw an na kun sino?Asian sa kuno ,adoy kakulbai.


Asian an killer SIB, pero insek. Wara say isab tingali Tagon-on/Pinoy na amo ya-on ka adag. 8-[ :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D

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Hi Guys -

Hot off the press from CNN -

BLACKSBURG, Va. - A 23-year-old senior from South Korea whose creative writing was so disturbing that he was referred to the school’s counseling service was behind the massacre of at least 30 people locked inside a university classroom building in the deadliest shooting rampage in modern U.S. history, the university said Tuesday.

Ballistics tests also found that one of the guns used in that attack was also used in a shooting two hours earlier at a dormitory that left two people dead at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia State Police said.

Police identified the shooter as Cho Seung-Hui (pronounced Choh Suhng-whee), of Centreville, Va., who was a senior in the English Department at Virginia Tech. Cho, a resident alien who immigrated to the United States from South Korea in 1992, lived on campus in Harper Residence Hall.

The bloodbath ended with Cho’s suicide, bringing the death toll from two separate shootings — first at the dormitory, then in a classroom building — to 33 and stamping the campus in the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains with unspeakable tragedy.

"He was a loner"

Professor Carolyn Rude, chairwoman of the university’s English department, said she did not personally know the gunman. But she said she spoke with Lucinda Roy, the department’s director of creative writing, who had Cho in one of her classes and described him as “troubled.”
“There was some concern about him,” Rude told The Associated Press. “Sometimes, in creative writing, people reveal things and you never know if it’s creative or if they’re describing things, if they’re imagining things or just how real it might be. But we’re all alert to not ignore things ike this.”

She said Cho was referred to the counseling service, but she said she did not know when or what the outcome was. Rude refused to release any of his writings or his grades, citing privacy laws.

NBC News’ Pete Williams reported that police had found a note in which Cho listed “random grievances,” but few other details were immediately available. That seemed in keeping for a young man who apparently left little impression in the Virginia Tech community.

“He was a loner, and we’re having difficulty finding information about him,” said Larry Hincker, the university’s associate vice president for community relations.

Cho’s fellow residents of Harper Hall said few people knew the gunman, who kept to himself.

“He can’t have been an outgoing kind of person,” Meredith Daly, 19, of Danville, Va., told MSNBC.com’s Bill Dedman.

Students live six to a suite, said Stephen Scott, a freshman engineering student from Marlton, N.J., and do not necessarily know other residents.
Scott said police and FBI agents went through the dorm Monday night showing a picture of Cho and trying to find anybody who recognized or knew him. He did not know whether they were successful.

In Centreville, where Cho’s family lived in an off-white, two-story townhouse, people who knew Cho concurred that he kept to himself.
“He was very quiet, always by himself,” said Abdul Shash, a neighbor. Shash said Cho spent a lot of his free time playing basketball and would not respond if someone greeted him. He described the family as quiet.
South Korea’s Foreign Ministry expressed its condolences, saying that there was no known motive for the shootings and that South Korea hoped the tragedy would not “stir up racial prejudice or confrontation.”
Ballistics evidence points to student

Two law enforcement officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because the information had not been officially announced, said Cho’s fingerprints were found on the two guns used in the shootings. The serial numbers had been filed off, the officials said.
Law enforcement officials told Williams that Cho was carrying a backpack that contained receipts for the purchase of a Glock 9mm pistol in March. As a permanent legal resident, Cho was eligible to buy a handgun unless he had been convicted of any felony criminal charges.
Cho renewed his green card in late 2003 and would have undergone a background check at that time, immigration officials told NBC affiliate WSLS-TV of Roanoke. If a criminal record had showed up then, officials would have denied the renewal, they said.
Col. Steve Flaherty, superintendent of the Virginia State Police, said it was reasonable to assume that Cho was the shooter in both attacks but that the link was yet definitive.
“There’s no evidence of any accomplice at either event, but we’re exploring the possibility,” he said.
At least 26 people were taken to hospitals after the second attack, some of them seriously injured. Twelve students remained in hospitals in stable condition Tuesday, and most were expected to be released soon, NBC News’ Michelle Kosinski reported from Montgomery Regional Medical Center.
Bush to attend service
State, local and federal investigators spent the night collecting, processing and analyzing evidence from within Norris Hall, which housed engineering classes, offices and laboratories. The deceased were recovered from at least four classrooms on the second floor and a stairwell. Cho was discovered in a classroom among the victims.
All of the deceased were transported to the medical examiner’s office in Roanoke for examination and identification. The names of the deceased students and faculty will be released once all of the victims are positively identified and their families are notified.
President Bush planned to attend a memorial service Tuesday afternoon at the university, the White House said, and Gov. Timothy Kaine was flying back to Virginia from Tokyo for the 2 p.m. convocation.

KANAMAN WE PARENTS, LET's ENCOURAGE OUR CHILDREN TO TALK, BAHALA DAKAN KON MA TURITI AN ATO TALINGA PARA DILI SILA KON MATAGAW DILI MAG ALONE ALONE. Lisod gayod inin mga loner kay paka an agi. I was crying when I heard the news last night I feel for the parents. May God give them comfort. My profound sympathies to them. Very tragic gayod abi nila an ila mga bata safe in school not knowing that there's a derange madman lurking in the background. God help us all.

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AN BIGTUYON NA BORAG AMO SAY KUNO SUSPECT. HEHEHE JOKE DA HA. HAIN NA RABA ANHI. INDAY AT LARGE NA BAGAN.



:-D :-D :-D Grabs basin mintago kay laong ko kan Sibs hanapon ko siya :-D

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 Post subject: Current Issues
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Amo Bang, kuman pa maklaro nila identity nan kriminal isab sa iya kaugalingon. 8-[ pero kabii kay guba sa an bayho sab, laong nila na chinese. Serious type kono lagi and amo agaw, loner. Amo, encourage gayud an communication permi sa mga bata bahala na alingogngogan kamo. :-D :-D

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 Post subject: memorize
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Si felna hibawo kun unoy ako issinggit .Bsan ako pagakapoy na abay litaniya pero amo da say way para mahibawo siya.


kulbai na kami base pinoy ,an yaniro.(Kapgo baya).Luuyi gayud an mga bata.grabe sab.Kun siya dakay gapakamatay.


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