Va. Tech Shooter’s E-mails to Professors Released

BLACKSBURG, VA.

E-mails between professors and Seung Hui Cho, the student responsible for the April 2007 Virginia Tech massacre, have been released to the public.

The documents contain dozens of E-mails between Cho and his English Department instructors. The E-mails were posted on the Collegiate Times student newspaper and contain written communication between Cho and his instructors on lack of class participation and other issues.

To view the E-mails, click here.

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