Virginia’s highest court threw out a wrongful death verdict stemming from the 2007 massacre at Virginia Tech.
Attorneys for the parents of two students slain in the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre will ask the state Supreme Court to put the college’s retiring president on trial.
Virginia’s public university and community college presidents are standing by Virginia Tech’s president, arguing he should have immunity from a civil action stemming from the April 2007 massacre on his Blacksburg campus.
An online weapons dealer who sold the handgun used in the Virginia Tech massacre and provided equipment in two other mass shootings has quietly closed up shop amid a flurry of complaints from customers who allege he failed to deliver orders after billing them.
n the fifth anniversary of the campus shooting rampage that left 33 dead, students at Virginia Tech would be heading to class Monday, a departure from past years when the school marked the day by suspending classes.
Virginia Tech received a measure of vindication for its handling of a 2007 campus massacre that left 33 people dead when a judge ruled that federal education officials were wrong to conclude the university’s response to the tragedy violated federal law.
A jury ruled Virginia Tech negligent for delaying campus warning ahead of 2007 mass killings.