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  4. List of school shootings in the United States - Wikipedia

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    58-year-old Director of the Division of Pathology of the University of Washington Medical Center, Rodger C. Haggitt, was shot dead by 42-year-old Taiwanese immigrant, and then U.S. citizen, Jian Chen, who had just completed his second year of forensic pathology residency training, and had been notified of his contract non-renewal (which Chen ...

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    Anonymous (hacker group) Anonymous. An emblem that is commonly associated with Anonymous. The "man without a head" represents anonymity and leaderless organization. [1] Individuals appearing in public as Anonymous, wearing Guy Fawkes masks. Formation. c. 2003. Type.

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  7. List of school shootings in the United States (2000–present)

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    New Orleans, Louisiana. 1. 3. John McDonogh High School shooting. 18-year-old Steven Williams, and 17-year-old James Tate, opened fire with an AK-47 and a handgun in the gymnasium of John McDonogh High School, killing a 15-year-old student and wounding three female students.

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    The phrase "The 99%" is a political slogan used by participants in the Occupy movement. It was originally launched as a Tumblr blog page in late August 2011. It refers to the concentration of wealth among the top 1% of income earners compared to the other 99 percent; the top 1 percent of income earners nearly tripled their after-tax income over the last thirty years, according to a ...

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