Lawyer: Va. Tech gunman files taken inadvertently

The former counseling center director at Virginia Tech inadvertently took home the mental health records for the student gunman when he left his job there, the director’s attorney said Thursday.

In a statement given to The Associated Press, attorney Ed McNelis said Dr. Robert Miller accidentally placed Seung-Hui Cho’s records in a box he packed with his personal documents when he was leaving his job at the center in February 2006.

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