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FBI Says Deadly School Shootings Were Random

The FBI says 16-year-old Jeffrey Weise acted alone and apparently at random in killing nine people and himself on a Minnesota Indian reservation Monday. The shootings are the deadliest school violence since 1999. Hear NPR's Michele Norris and Minnesota Public Radio's Dan Gunderson.

Residents say the Red Lake Band of the Ojibwe tribe has been devastated by the attack, the most deadly school violence since Colorado's Columbine incident in 1999. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Minnesota Public Radio's Dan Gunderson.

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