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24 September 2006

St Petersburg Times (Florida)

MONTREAL — The first bullet is lodged in the back of his head, near the layer of tissue that enfolds his skull. The second lies embedded in his neck, beneath a thick black scab. It is touching his spine. A millimeter deeper and he would have been paralyzed or dead. Both bullets — and a third that passed cleanly through his left calf — entered Hayder Kadhim's body Sept. 13, when a man with a semiautomatic rifle strode into a junior college in downtown Montreal,... (

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