A Montana boy's tragic tale

May 1994
Advocate;5/17/94, Issue 655, p21
Reports on a school shooting at Margaret Leary Elementary School by an 10-year-old boy in Butte, Montana. Theory of the local police that the boy took a pistol to school to seek revenge on another boy with whom he had argued; Claim that the boy was teased by schoolmates because his mother had AIDS.


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