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Amish School Shooting in Pennsylvania - 03 Oct 2006
Amish School Shooting in Pennsylvania - 03 Oct 2006
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October 03, 2006
An Amish woman looks out from her wagon at the scene of the Georgetown school shooting in Nickel Mines,...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
An Amish woman looks out from her wagon at the scene of the Georgetown school shooting in Nickel Mines...
An Amish woman looks out from her wagon at the scene of the Georgetown school shooting in Nickel Mines, near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006. This Amish town showed more forgiveness than anger on Tuesday, a day after a 32-year-old dairy truck driver stormed a one-room school and tried to execute all the girls, killing five. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
Amish boys get a lift home after school by a neighbor in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania October 3, 2006....
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
Amish boys get a lift home after school by a neighbor in Nickel Mines
Amish boys get a lift home after school by a neighbor in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania October 3, 2006. This Amish town showed more forgiveness than anger on Tuesday, a day after a 32-year-old dairy truck driver stormed a one-room school and tried to execute all the girls, killing five. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, bearded men in straw hats and suspenders, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
Amish women walk past a media van in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006. The 32-year-old dairy...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
Amish women walk past a media van in Nickel Mines
Amish women walk past a media van in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006. The 32-year-old dairy truck driver who stormed a one-room school and killed five girls apparently chose the schoolhouse because it was an easy target rather than because he had a grudge against the Amish, police said. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, men in simple black coats and hats, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
An Amish horse-drawn buggy drives past media vans near a shooting scene in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania,...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
An Amish horse-drawn buggy drives past media vans near a shooting scene in Nickel Mines
An Amish horse-drawn buggy drives past media vans near a shooting scene in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006. The 32-year-old dairy truck driver who stormed a one-room school and killed five girls apparently chose the schoolhouse because it was an easy target rather than because he had a grudge against the Amish, police said. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, men in simple black coats and hats, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
An Amish family drive their horse-drawn buggy past the media near the scene of a shooting at a one-room...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
Amish family drive their horse-drawn buggy past the media near the scene of a shooting at a one-room...
An Amish family drive their horse-drawn buggy past the media near the scene of a shooting at a one-room school in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania October 3, 2006. The 32-year-old dairy truck driver who stormed the school and killed five girls apparently chose the schoolhouse because it was an easy target rather than because he had a grudge against the Amish, police said. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, men in simple black coats and hats, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
An Amish man sits in his wagon at the scene of the Georgetown school shooting in Nickel Mines, near Lancaster,...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
An Amish man sits in his wagon at the scene of the Georgetown school shooting in Nickel Mines near Lancaster,...
An Amish man sits in his wagon at the scene of the Georgetown school shooting in Nickel Mines, near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006. This Amish town showed more forgiveness than anger on Tuesday, a day after a 32-year-old dairy truck driver stormed a one-room school and tried to execute all the girls, killing five. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
A farm wagon drives past an Amish family in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006. The 32-year-old...
NICKEL MINES, United Kingdom
A farm wagon drives past an Amish family in Nickel Mines
A farm wagon drives past an Amish family in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006. The 32-year-old dairy truck driver who stormed a one-room school and killed five girls apparently chose the schoolhouse because it was an easy target rather than because he had a grudge against the Amish, police said. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, men in simple black coats and hats, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
An Amish family walks on a road in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006. The 32-year-old dairy...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
An Amish family walks on a road in Nickel Mines
An Amish family walks on a road in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006. The 32-year-old dairy truck driver who stormed a one-room school and killed five girls apparently chose the schoolhouse because it was an easy target rather than because he had a grudge against the Amish, police said. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, men in simple black coats and hats, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
Amish children on scooters roll by the crime scene of a one-room schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania,...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
Amish children on scooters roll by the crime scene of a one-room schoolhouse in Nickel Mines
Amish children on scooters roll by the crime scene of a one-room schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006. This Amish town showed more forgiveness than anger on Tuesday, a day after a 32-year-old dairy truck driver stormed a one-room school and tried to execute all the girls, killing five. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, bearded men in straw hats and suspenders, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
Clean up crew members work on the crime scene of a one-room schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
Clean up crew members work on the crime scene of a one-room schoolhouse in Nickel Mines
Clean up crew members work on the crime scene of a one-room schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania October 3, 2006. This Amish town showed more forgiveness than anger on Tuesday, a day after a 32-year-old dairy truck driver stormed a one-room school and tried to execute all the girls, killing five. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, bearded men in straw hats and suspenders, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
Members of the Amish community gather at the one-room schoolhouse, where a shooting incident took place...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
Members of the Amish community gather at the one-room schoolhouse in Nickel Mines
Members of the Amish community gather at the one-room schoolhouse, where a shooting incident took place on Monday, in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006. The 32-year-old dairy truck driver who stormed a one-room school and killed five girls apparently chose the schoolhouse because it was an easy target rather than because he had a grudge against the Amish, police said. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, men in simple black coats and hats, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell addresses the media in Quarryville, Pennsylvania, regarding a shooting...
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Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell addresses the media in Quarryville
Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell addresses the media in Quarryville, Pennsylvania, regarding a shooting incident at a one-room schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, October 3, 2006. The 32-year-old dairy truck driver who stormed the school and killed five girls apparently chose the schoolhouse because it was an easy target rather than because he had a grudge against the Amish, police said. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, men in simple black coats and hats, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
An Amish horse-drawn buggy navigates between police cars near the crime scene of a one-room schoolhouse...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
An Amish horse-drawn buggy navigates between police cars near the crime scene of a one-room schoolhouse...
An Amish horse-drawn buggy navigates between police cars near the crime scene of a one-room schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006. The 32-year-old dairy truck driver who stormed the one-room school and killed five girls apparently chose the schoolhouse because it was an easy target rather than because he had a grudge against the Amish, police said. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, men in simple black coats and hats, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
CRIME SCHOOLS SCENE
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October 03, 2006
An Amish farmer drives past the home of Charles Carl Roberts, a 32-year-old dairy truck driver, in Nickel...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
An Amish farmer drives past home of Roberts in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania
An Amish farmer drives past the home of Charles Carl Roberts, a 32-year-old dairy truck driver, in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania October 3, 2006. This Amish town showed more forgiveness than anger on Tuesday, a day after Roberts stormed a one-room school and tried to execute all the girls, killing five. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, bearded men in straw hats and suspenders, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
CRIME SCHOOLS SCENE
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October 03, 2006
An Amish man talks with a state trooper at the scene of the Georgetown school shooting in Nickel Mines,...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
An Amish man talks with a state trooper at the scene of the Georgetown school shooting in Nickel Mines...
An Amish man talks with a state trooper at the scene of the Georgetown school shooting in Nickel Mines, near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006. This Amish town showed more forgiveness than anger on Tuesday, a day after a 32-year-old dairy truck driver stormed a one-room school and tried to execute all the girls, killing five. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
CRIME SCHOOLS SCENE
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October 03, 2006
A police detective inspects the home of Charles Carl Roberts, a 32-year-old dairy truck driver, in Nickel...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
A police detective inspects the home of Roberts, a 32-year-old dairy truck driver, in Nickel Mines
A police detective inspects the home of Charles Carl Roberts, a 32-year-old dairy truck driver, in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania October 3, 2006. This Amish town showed more forgiveness than anger on Tuesday, a day after Roberts stormed a one-room school and tried to execute all the girls, killing five. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, bearded men in straw hats and suspenders, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
Amish children play at a one-room school house in Quarryville, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006, the day...
QUARRYVILLE, UNITED STATES
Amish children play at a one-room schoolhouse in Quarryville
Amish children play at a one-room school house in Quarryville, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2006, the day after a school house shooting in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania. The 32-year-old dairy truck driver who stormed a one-room school and killed five girls apparently chose the schoolhouse because it was an easy target rather than because he had a grudge against the Amish, police said. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, men in simple black coats and hats, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
CRIME SCHOOLS
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October 02, 2006
A group of Amish men are interviewed at the scene of a school shooting at the Georgetown School in the...
Lancaster, UNITED STATES
A group of Amish men are interviewed at the scene of a school shooting at the Georgetown School in the...
A group of Amish men are interviewed at the scene of a school shooting at the Georgetown School in the town of Nickel Mines, near Lancaster, Pennsylvania October 2, 2006. Gunman Charles Carl Roberts opened fire in the school killing three Amish girls and wounding seven others before turning the weapon on himself, police said. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
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October 02, 2006
Police investigators work outside the Georgetown School in the town of Nickel Mines, near Lancaster,...
Lancaster, UNITED STATES
Police investigators work outside the Georgetown School in the town of Nickel Mines
Police investigators work outside the Georgetown School in the town of Nickel Mines, near Lancaster, Pennsylvania October 2, 2006. Gunman Charles Carl Roberts opened fire in the school killing three Amish girls and wounding seven others before turning the weapon on himself, police said. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
A group of Amish men react as Cmdr Jeffrey Miller (not shown) comments on the shooting at the Georgetown...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
A group of Amish men react as Cmdr Miller comments on the shooting at the Georgetown school near Lancaster,...
A group of Amish men react as Cmdr Jeffrey Miller (not shown) comments on the shooting at the Georgetown School in the town of Nickel Mines near Lancaster, Pennsylvania October 2, 2006. Gunman Charles Carl Roberts opened fire in the school killing three girls and wounding seven others before turning the weapon on himself, police said. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
CRIME SCHOOLS
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October 02, 2006
An Amish wagon rolls past police at the scene of of a school shooting at the Georgetown School in the...
Lancaster, UNITED STATES
An Amish wagon rolls past police at the scene of of a school shooting at the Georgetown School in the...
An Amish wagon rolls past police at the scene of of a school shooting at the Georgetown School in the town of Nickel Mines, near Lancaster, Pennsylvania October 2, 2006. Gunman Charles Carl Roberts opened fire in the school killing three Amish girls and wounding seven others before turning the weapon on himself, police said. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
Charles Carl Roberts, a 32-year-old diary truck driver, whom police identified as the gunman who killed...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
Police handout of Charles Carl Roberts
Charles Carl Roberts, a 32-year-old diary truck driver, whom police identified as the gunman who killed three schoolgirls execution style and then shot himself dead in a schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, is seen in this police handout released October 2, 2006. The incident was the third U.S. school shooting in less than a week. EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Pennsylvania State Police Photo/Handout (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
A Pennsylvania State Police helicopter flies over the one-room schoolhouse where a gunman killed three...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
Pennsylvania State Police helicopter flies over the one-room schoolhouse where a gunman killed three...
A Pennsylvania State Police helicopter flies over the one-room schoolhouse where a gunman killed three schoolgirls execution style and then shot himself dead, in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania October 2, 2006. It was the third U.S. school shooting in less than a week. The shooter was identified as Charles Carl Roberts, a 32-year-old dairy truck driver. Local police said the truck (L) belonged to Roberts. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Jeffery B. Miller briefs the media about the shooting scene at...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Jeffery B. Miller briefs the media in Nickel Mines
Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Jeffery B. Miller briefs the media about the shooting scene at the one-room schoolhouse where a gunman killed three schoolgirls execution style and then shot himself dead, in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania October 2, 2006. It was the third U.S. school shooting in less than a week. The shooter was identified as Charles Carl Roberts, a 32-year-old dairy truck driver. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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October 02, 2006
A group of Amish men talk to a state trooper at the scene of a school shooting at the Georgetown School...
Lancaster, UNITED STATES
A group of Amish men talk to a state trooper at the scene of a school shooting at the Georgetown School...
A group of Amish men talk to a state trooper at the scene of a school shooting at the Georgetown School in the town of Nickel Mines, near Lancaster, Pennsylvania October 2, 2006. Gunman Charles Carl Roberts opened fire in the school killing three Amish girls and wounding seven others before turning the weapon on himself, police said. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
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October 02, 2006
A Pennsylvania state police helicopter takes off next to the Georgetown school near Lancaster, Pennsylvania,...
Lancaster, UNITED STATES
A Pennsylvania state police helicopter takes off next to the Georgetown school near Lancaster Pennsylvania...
A Pennsylvania state police helicopter takes off next to the Georgetown school near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, October 2, 2006. Gunman Charles Carl Roberts opened fire in the school killing three girls and wounding seven others before turning the weapon on himself, police said. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
CRIME SCHOOLS
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October 02, 2006
A group of Amish men react as Cmdr Jeffrey Miller (not shown) comments on the shooting at the Georgetown...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
A group of Amish men react as Cmdr Miller comments on the shooting at the Georgetown school near Lancaster,...
A group of Amish men react as Cmdr Jeffrey Miller (not shown) comments on the shooting at the Georgetown School in the town of Nickel Mines near Lancaster, Pennsylvania October 2, 2006. Gunman Charles Carl Roberts opened fire in the school killing three girls and wounding seven others before turning the weapon on himself, police said. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
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October 02, 2006
Pennsylvania state police spokesman Cmdr Jeffrey Miller comments on the shooting at a Georgetown school...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
Pennsylvania state police spokesman Cmdr Miller comments on the shooting at a Georgetown school in Nickel...
Pennsylvania state police spokesman Cmdr Jeffrey Miller comments on the shooting at a Georgetown school in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania October 2, 2006. Gunman Charles Carl Roberts opened fire in the Amish school killing three girls and wounding seven others before turning the weapon on himself, police said. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
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October 03, 2006
Amish elders and clean up crew work on the crime scene of a one-room schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania...
NICKEL MINES, UNITED STATES
Amish elders and clean up crew work on the crime scene of a one-room schoolhouse in Nickel Mines
Amish elders and clean up crew work on the crime scene of a one-room schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania October 3, 2006. This Amish town showed more forgiveness than anger on Tuesday, a day after a 32-year-old dairy truck driver stormed a one-room school and tried to execute all the girls, killing five. The third deadly U.S. school shooting in a week shattered the calm of an Amish farm community where there is little crime and where the sight of horse-drawn buggies, bearded men in straw hats and suspenders, and women in bonnets conjures up a bygone age. REUTERS/Bradley C Bower (UNITED STATES)
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