Pima Community College on Wednesday released reports on concerns officials there had when Jared L. Loughner, the man accused of the Tuscon shootings, was a student, The New York Times reported. The reports referred to incidents that worried instructors and fellow students. Loughner once insisted that the number 6 was really 18, sang in the library and made a YouTube video in which he suggested the college was engaged in genocide and the torture of students. Loughner withdrew from the college after he was suspended.
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