Friday, August 31, 2007
Virginia Failures Must Be Fixed
Key organizational failures that left Virginia Tech student Seung-hui Cho free to kill 32 people should never be repeated, Virginia's governor has said. Tim Kaine lamented a series of missed opportunities that allowed Cho to remain at large despite serious concerns over his mental health. He spoke at the launch of a report that was critical of the emergency response to Cho's April rampage. It says that lives may have been saved if college officials had acted sooner.