Tutor of Va. Tech Shooter Tells Her Story
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Tutor of Va. Tech Shooter Tells Her Story

Two years have passed since Seung-Hui Cho massacred 32 students and faculty members at Virginia Tech. Lucinda Roy, the English professor who spent more time with Cho privately than any other teacher in long tutoring sessions speaks about her experience with him and why she wrote a book about it. Video by Brigid F. Schulte/The Washington Post

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