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  • Slayings Still Haunt Law School Shooter

    06/14/2004 3:58:03 AM PDT · by texasguitarslim · 15 replies · 195+ views
    boston.com ^ | June 11, 2004 | Chris Kahn
    <p>DUBLIN, Va. --Peter Odighizuwa spends most of his time in a cramped jail cell, alone with the delusions that fed his deadly shooting spree at a fledgling law school.</p> <p>In his first extended interview, Odighizuwa told The Associated Press he thinks often of the 2002 rampage, when he killed the school's dean, a professor and a student and wounded three other students, though he has trouble explaining why he did it.</p>
  • Misguided Sympathy for the Enemy (finally- some common sense regarding terrorists!!)

    02/05/2004 4:47:31 AM PST · by Elkiejg · 9 replies · 192+ views
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | 2/5/04 | Helen Smith
    Violence breeds violence -- but so can nonviolence. This is often forgotten in the debate over terrorism, as illustrated in some reviews of the new book by David Frum and Richard Perle, An End to Evil: How to Win the War on Terror. Perle and Frum lay out a bold plan to defend America. But more important than their specific proposals, they provide insight into how our leaders are confronting -- or not confronting -- the war on terrorism. As a forensic psychologist, what I found most worthwhile about the book was this unapologetic attitude toward terrorists and terrorism. I...
  • Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind

    04/07/2002 11:42:33 PM PDT · by Skibane · 3 replies · 340+ views
    America’s First Freedom Magazine ^ | April 2002 | Blaine L. Smith
    Why did you hear about Peter Odighizuwa, who killed three in a law school shooting, but not about Tracy Bridges, who stopped him with a handgun? America’s First Freedom Magazine April 2002 Issue, p. 28 By Blaine L. Smith The mainstream media’s mantra often seems to be, “Ignore The Facts, And They’ll Go Away.” But not this time. The media’s cut-and-paste journalism has once again failed to portray the truth, quite possibly endangering lives with its misleading reporting. On Jan. 16, it happened again. At the Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, Va., a student who learned he would be...