Students honor victims of school massacre in a special way


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CHARLOTTESVILLE — Heather Toney can distinctly remember thinking, “What if someone had been kind to the shooters?” when she saw news unfold of the 1999 shooting massacre at Columbine High School.

Then a high school freshman, the question never really escaped Toney’s mind.

Thirteen years later, Toney is a teacher. When a similar grim tale of shootings in Newtown, Conn., unfolded before her students’ eyes, the old thought crossed Toney’s mind.

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