T.C. Williams Students Suspended for Threats

Students accused of threatening Columbine-style attack

By Aaron Gilchrist
|  Friday, Apr 16, 2010  |  Updated 7:31 PM EDT
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T.C. Williams Students Suspended for Threats

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Several students at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria were suspended after allegedly talking about waging a Columbine-style attack, the Washington Post reported.

Beginning last weekl, the threatening comments sparked rumors and fear among students, prompting an investigation by school administrators and the Alexandria Police Department.

No charges have been filed. The school system takes threats seriously.

The principal said four students were involved.

Tuesday will be the 11-year anniversary of the shooting at Columbine High School near Littleton, Colo. Two students went on a shooting spree, killing 12 other students and a teacher and injuring 21 others.

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