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Colo. School Shooting Suspect Wrestled with Anger, Voices

February 25, 2010  | 

A Jefferson County judge ordered the alleged shooter, Bruco "Bo" Strong Eagle Eastwood, held on $1 million bail. Eastwood, 32, kept his hands folded in front of him and said nothing Wednesday during his brief court appearance, for which he appeared via closed-circuit video from the Jefferson County jail.

It remains unclear what drove Eastwood, who authorities say once briefly attended Deer Creek, to sign in at the school Tuesday, visit briefly, then return and open fire outside with a bolt-action hunting rifle.

Seeking answers, Jefferson County investigators gathered evidence at Eastwood's father's home in Hudson, where Eastwood had most recently worked as a ranch hand. The detectives removed bagfuls of videos, journals Eastwood kept and photos of teenagers Eastwood apparently corresponded with on the Internet, said Eastwood's father,

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