Defense attorney Peter Messitt carries a box load of exhibits towards the bench in Montgomery County Circuit Court in Christiansburg, Va. on Wednesday March 14 2012. Jurors began deliberating Wednesday over a lawsuit filed by the parents of two students slain in the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre claiming school officials botched their response when the first reports came in that a gunman was on campus. Attorneys for the university have countered that there was no way to anticipate the man who committed those first two killings April 16 in a dormitory would carry out the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. (AP Photo/The Roanoke Times, Matt Gentry)

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Defense attorney Peter Messitt carries a box load of exhibits towards the bench in Montgomery County Circuit Court in Christiansburg, Va. on Wednesday March 14 2012. Jurors began deliberating Wednesday over a lawsuit filed by the parents of two students slain in the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre claiming school officials botched their response when the first reports came in that a gunman was on campus.  Attorneys for the university have countered that there was no way to anticipate the man who committed those first two killings April 16 in a dormitory would carry out the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.   (AP Photo/The Roanoke Times, Matt Gentry)
Defense attorney Peter Messitt carries a box load of exhibits towards the bench in Montgomery County Circuit Court in Christiansburg, Va. on Wednesday March 14 2012. Jurors began deliberating Wednesday over a lawsuit filed by the parents of two students slain in the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre claiming school officials botched their response when the first reports came in that a gunman was on campus. Attorneys for the university have countered that there was no way to anticipate the man who committed those first two killings April 16 in a dormitory would carry out the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. (AP Photo/The Roanoke Times, Matt Gentry)
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