What We've Learned From School Shootings

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Dr. Park Dietz, forensic psychiatrist and criminologist
Roger Depue, former chief of the FBI's Behavior Science Unit

When school shootings happen, experts work backwards to connect the dots. After the tragedies at Columbine High School and Virgina Tech, a number of studies have been conducted to identify potential threats. The disclaimer is always the same: every case is different.

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