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Death Toll Mounts In Minn. School Massacre

RED LAKE, Minn. - A young man apparently shot and killed his grandmother and grandfather and then went to Red Lake High School where he killed five more people and injured 14, the FBI reports.

The FBI also believes the shooter killed himself and apparently was acting alone


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SO far eight killed

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(NT) (NT) your tasteless humor is noted

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or if they had better security

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and if it was legal to carry yes would have maybe helped,

but with your way only people with guns is the azz holes.

and where the post that you said studies showed in industrial areas you made a stement with no back up or links.

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