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12 June 2007

Washington Post

RICHMOND — After weeks of grieving largely out of public view, some of the families of victims of the Virginia Tech shooting emerged this week to inject themselves onto the political stage. The parents and relatives of 13 of killer Seung Hui Cho's victims met Sunday night at a Centreville hotel to begin strategizing over how they can become a force in the investigations into the April 16 massacre. "If they are on your side, they are a very strong ally to have," said... (GunPolicy.org)

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