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Flashback: 1991 University of Iowa shooting

By Michelle Malkin  •  April 16, 2007 11:16 PM

University of Iowa graduate Matt Miller e-mails that today’s carnage at Virginia Tech “sounds eerily similar to the November 1st, 1991 shootings at the University of Iowa by a Chinese doctorate student of physics shot dead three professors, his rival classmate (also Chinese) and a University Vice President. He also seriously wounded one other student by shooting her in the mouth. She is now a quadraplegic for life. He also killed himself after the carnage.

This horrific event also left the University of Iowa campus in shock, disbelief and grief.”

WQAD in Iowa remembers.


Chicago Sun-Times reports, based on a single anonymous source, that the gunman may have been a “Chinese man who arrived in the United States last year on a student visa. The 24-year-old man arrived in San Francisco on United Airlines on Aug. 7 on a visa issued in Shanghai, the source said.”

Meantime, Chinese media report: “No Chinese students found among victims in U.S. campus shootings.”

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