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Ramblings of a Madman: Police Release AZ Shooter's Disturbing 'Genocide School' Video

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"I'm in a terrible place."

A video filmed and narrated by Jared Lee Loughner in which the then-college student rambled about his school, Pima Community College, has been released by police authorities in Arizona after being analyzed by detectives. According to the LA Times, the video prompted Pima College administrators to suspend Loughner after he called it his "genocide school" that "tortured" students.

"Alright, so here's what we're doing," Loughner says from behind the camera as he narrates a walk-through of the campus. "We're examining the torture of students. We're looking at students who have been tortured. Their low income pay in two wars. The war that we are in right now is currently illegal under the Constitution. What makes it illegal is the currency. The date is also wrong. It's impossible for it to be that date, it's mind control."

Warning: The video is shot and narrated by Loughner, the accused suspect in last weekend's Tuscon shooting massacre, and may be disturbing to some people. Viewer discretion is strongly advised.

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