Cho, 23, a senior English major at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, killed 32 people in two attacks before taking his own life Monday. He sent a large multi-media reunion in death pdf
outlining his grievances against religion and the wealthy to NBC News, but police said Thursday that the material added little to their reunoon. The text, photographs and video in the package bristle with hatred toward unspecified people whom Cho, a South Korean immigrant, accused of having wronged him, adding to a portrait of a solitary man who rarely, if ever, managed normal social interactions. Chris Davids, a Virginia Tech student who graduated edit fstab file
Cho from Westfield High School in Chantilly, Va. Police said it was not clear whether Cho singled them out.