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1 May 2007

Washington Post

RICHMOND, Virginia — Retired Virginia State Police superintendent W. Gerald Massengill said today that the panel looking into the massacre at Virginia Tech will examine the "entire event," including such potentially volatile issues as "the process for obtaining a firearm." Massengill, the chairman of the eight-member commission, said the first meeting will be May 10 in Richmond. The panel is seeking to answer how and why Seung Hui Cho slaughtered 32 people and... (GunPolicy.org)

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