This video from the USA is called Virginia Tech Massacre – Mass School Shooting Crime Documentary.
An even worse massacre than in Columbine …
From ABC in the USA:
Massacre at Virginia Tech: 29 Confirmed Dead
Fatalities Expected to Rise; Suspected Gunman Among the Dead
By DAVID SCHOETZ, NED POTTER, and the staff of ABC News
Apr. 16, 2007— At least 29 people are dead in what may be the biggest mass killing on a college campus in American history — and the death toll may rise.
Police at Virginia Tech, in Bla[c]ksburg, Va., said that the shootings happened at a dormitory and a classroom on opposite sides of the university campus.
See also Think Progress blog.
First, strength to all families and friends of the victims.
We still have to find out more on the motives of the tragic events in Virginia.
I remember the Columbine massacre, and then President Bill Clinton saying problems should not be solved by violence.
In itself, a correct remark.
However, at that time, Clinton was waging war in Kosovo in Yugoslavia.
So, he was setting a bad example.
One of the murderers in Columbine had wanted to join the US armed forces on the Balkans.
Now, again, the US government, this time under George W. Bush, gives the impression that problems, like in Iraq, can and should be solved by violence.
Gun culture in the USA: here.
US religious Right and Virginia tragedy: here.
Bush and Virginia Tech: here.
US conservative chickenhawks’ reactions: here.