She warned the school
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She warned the school

While Kevin Ricks was tutoring a student in Fauquier County in 2008, he reached out to the teenager's friend Joel Kaiser via myspace.com and began asking personal questions about the boy. Elena Kaiser, Joel's mother, caught her son moments before his first scheduled meeting with Ricks, and then warned the principal of Osbourn High School. In this July 2010 interview, Kaiser talks about the incident. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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