I'll leave the analysis to others. There's a university with people coming to terms with what ought not to have happened to think about.
First-responders required two hours to secure the crime scene.
The shooting is the second at a Finnish school within a year, with predictable reactions. Some see anomie.
A national student survey published today showed the scale of the problem: one in ten felt that they did not have any friends and the same number said that they never discussed problems with their parents.Others see a frontier mentality.
Copycat Effect has been on the case.
Tuesday’s rampage happened almost a year after another gunman killed eight people and himself at a school in southern Finland, an attack that triggered a fierce debate about gun laws in this Nordic nation with deep-rooted traditions of hunting in the sub-Arctic wilderness.
With 1.6 million firearms in private hands, Finland is an anomaly in Europe, lagging behind only the United States and Yemen in civilian gun ownership, studies show.