A deadly shooting at a Finnish school on Sept. 23 has raised questions over tougher gun laws and better policing of the internet after news the gunman posted menacing videos of himself on the web before killing 10 people, Reuters reports. Student Matti Juhani Saari, 22, also killed himself in the incident, which closely resembled a 2007 massacre at another Finnish school in which that gunman also published messages on the video sharing web site YouTube. Police were alerted to videos posted by Saari and even questioned him on Sept. 22, a day before the attack. He was not detained


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