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Affidavit says suspect in Texas high school shooting wanted 'his story told'

Affidavit says suspect in Texas high school shooting wanted 'his story told'

SANTA FE, Texas -- A 17-year-old student confessed to opening fire Friday at his Texas high school, killing 10 people, and told investigators that he had spared certain students "so he could have his story told," authorities said.

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Affidavit says suspect in Texas high school shooting wanted 'his story told'

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