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The Internet rumor mill, chasing down leads on the identity of the Virginia Tech shooter, has been grinding all day. Allah debunks one of those rumors, which Hot Air received, investigated, and debated this afternoon and evening:

He’s not the shooter.

Here’s his LiveJournal page. And his Facebook page.

He’s gloating about making the Drudge Report. Lovely.

Update….He adds:

The purpose of this post was not to gloat, but rather show the sheer ridiculousness of how bad communication can affect one’s credibility. (Read: Duke case) For those claiming that this was a elaborate hoax, my journal has been around since 2001 with over 3500 posts over these past 6 years. Once again, I offer my condolences to all those at Virginia Tech. Go Hokies.

Gateway Pundit has more.

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Blame-the-guns bias watch

Carnage at Virginia Tech; Readers point to campus ban on self-defense; More video, plus student e-mail

Latest:

Like clockwork: NYTimes wants more gun control

Flashback: 1991 University of Iowa shooting

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Facebook, VTech shootings