OPINION: Protecting the Second Amendment shouldn’t come with loaded threats

January 21, 2020 Opinions Editor 33

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Tech massacre, as told in government emails

April 27, 2015 admin 0

Then-Gov. Tim Kaine had just arrived in Tokyo for a trade mission. Back in Richmond, it was Monday morning. Bill Leighty, Kaine’s chief of staff, wrote an email to members of the governor’s inner circle at 8:48 a.m.: “There is a preliminary and unconfirmed report that a student was shot and killed on the Virginia Tech campus this morning. Campus Police have reportedly called in the VSP to investigate.”