US uni murderer leaves video message
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Reporter: Tracy Bowden
Chilling video and photos of the student who killed 32 people at Virginia Tech University, mailed to NBC News before the massacre, have given insight into the mind of a mass murderer.
KERRY O'BRIEN: It's being described as a voice from the grave, chilling video and photos of Cho Seung-Hui, the young student who killed 32 people at Virginia Tech on Tuesday before shooting himself.
This disturbing insight into the mind of a mass murderer comes as police reveal they had contact with Cho back in 2005 after complaints from female students.
The ABC's North America Correspondent, Tracy Bowden, reports from Washington.
CHO SEUNG-HUI: You had 100 billion chances to have avoided today but you decided to spill my blood. You forced me into a corner and gave me only one option.
The decision was yours. Now you have blood on your hands that will never wash off.
TRACY BOWDEN: Just who Cho Seung-Hui is referring to is yet another question in this horrific case. But we do now have a clearer picture of what the gunman was doing in between the first shootings in the dormitory and the massacre in the engineering building.
NBC AMERICA NEWSREADER: Tonight, NBC News has received a multimedia manifesto from the gunman at Virginia Tech, including his last recorded words.
CHO SEUNG-HUI: I didn't have to do this. I could've left. I could've fled.
TRACY BOWDEN: This chilling collection includes videos, a 23 page written document and a series of photographs - 11 of them showing Cho aiming hand guns at the camera.
CHO SEUNG-HUI: You just loved crucifying me. You loved inducing cancer in my head, terrorising my heart and ripping my soul all this time.
CLINT VAN ZANDT, FORMER FBI PROFILER: I don't think this, this shooter wanted to be captured. I don't think he wanted to be interviewed and probed. He wanted to say it in his...