Ohio Shooter Chose Random Targets

    Alleged gunman TJ Lane (C) is escorted out of the Geauga County Courthouse Annex by Sheriff deputies for his court appearance after shooting and killing three students and wounding two others  at Chardon High School in Chardon, Ohio February 28, 2012. Another student has died from wounds suffered in Monday's shooting rampage at an Ohio high school, authorities said on Tuesday, as the shaken suburban Cleveland town prepared for a vigil for the teenage victims of the attack. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk  (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)       REUTERS /AARON JOSEFCZYK /LANDOV

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    T.J. Lane, the 17-year-old accused shooter blamed for killing three and wounding two at Chardon High School in Ohio, has admitted to firing 10 shots with a .22-caliber pistol, according to prosecutor David Joyce, who presented evidence at a juvenile-court hearing. Joyce also said that Lane chose random targets when he opened fire in the school’s cafeteria on Monday. Lane will be held in custody for the next 15 days, and prosecutors have until March 1 to file charges. Officials wouldn’t say what the motive was for the shootings, but some students have said Lane was an outcast who was often bullied.

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