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Virginia Tech University / Massacre / Roy #939680

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 07, 2009
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(No location given: Katie Couric) Virginia Tech professor Lucinda Roy’s new book, “No Right to Remain Silent,” about the failure to help Cho Seung-Hui††, who went on a shooting spree at the university 2 years ago, featured; details given about Virginia Tech’s changes in the process for handling troubled students. [ROY - notes people couldn’t imagine something terrible happening on a campus as pristine as ours; recounts what she was told when she notified 4 campus departments about Cho’s behavior; comments on Cho’s visits to the school’s mental health center; urges helping people who are mentally disturbed.] [Virginia Tech vice president for student affairs Edward SPENCER†- says Roy said she worked out a satisfactory arrangement with Cho.] [Victim’s father Joe SAMAHA††- says if everybody did their job, 33 lives would be with us today.] [Victim’s mother Lori HAAS††- says Cho was crying out for help.]
Couric, Katie

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