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Transgender teen accused in deadly Colorado school shooting wanted revenge

Reuters Friday, 21 June 2019
A juvenile accused of opening fire at a Colorado school last month that left one student dead and eight others wounded sought revenge on classmates who bullied him because he is transgender, court documents released on Thursday showed.
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News video: Affidavit: Juvenile suspect planned STEM School shooting, threatened other suspect

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Court documents released Thursday suggest that the juvenile suspect in the STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting planned the May attack and threatened the other suspect if he didn't go along with the plan or if he told anyone about it.

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