Would metal detector have stopped school killing?

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http://www.philly.com/mld/philly/5710701.htm At least one parent called for metal detectors at the Pennsylvania school where a principal was shot to death yesterday, but that might not be the answer. A spokesman for Vicki Phillips, the Pennsylvania secretary of education, said the state would work with the school district to determine what went wrong. But she stressed that school violence has decreased statewide, as it has across the nation. "We could put metal detectors on every street leading up to the school and . . .

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