Virginia Tech Report Criticizes School Officials

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More than four months after the shootings at Virginia Tech, a state panel investigating the incident now has released its final report.

The report criticizes university officials both for the response to the shootings and for their handling of Seung-hui Cho in the months leading up to the killings in April.

Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine appointed the panel and asked members to investigate everything about the deadly incident.



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