Any way, here's the article:
TUCSON - E-mails released by Pima Community College today paint a frightening portrait of Jared Lee Loughner - several teachers and students were genuinely scared of him, it appears, and even after his suspension, PCC administrators and police were concerned for the safety of their campuses.
As far back as September 2009, teachers and students had problems with Loughner's behavior in the classroom.
In this e-mail between Barry Brownstein, Tai Chi class teacher, and several PCC admin staff, including Susan Heinrich, Fitness and Sports Sciences Dept. Chair, Brownstein responds to a formal complaint against his class, lodged by Loughner:
"[sic]what can I say? This was out of the blue for me but I think I see so many people come thru[sic] my class there were will be a few psycho eggs. I could tell he had emotional problems but my mission is to help everyone. And I never let the psychos run the clinic, ever."
A few months later, and more concern from another of Loughner's teachers - Kent Slinker sent this e-mail to David Bishop on September 24, 2009:
"...I was going to discuss with you our student, Jared Loughner, but maybe I do not have too [sic] (his last assignment was just a jumble of letters and garbled sentences) - I wrote him a note, asking him to stay after class to see if I could perhaps give him some visual logic work (puzzles and things), but he ran out of class, and has not returned. So I guess that is that."
Perhaps the most obvious early indication that something was wrong with Loughner came on June 5, 2010 - PCC math professor Benjamin McGahee sent the following e-mail to counselor Delisa Siddall:
"Hey Delisa, how are you? I talked with Pat Houston on Friday. It looks like the police is [sic] not going to follow up with Jared. I really think someone should be in the classroom to assess his behavior. I have no idea what is he capable of doing. I just want our class to be safe. Thanks."
Other e-mails include concerns form another student that she saw Loughner with a knife of some kind in one classroom.
Several counselors met with Loughner, but in each instance, he agreed to the conditions to allow him to remain in class. In one case, he reassured counselor DeLisa Siddall that he would remain silent in class and successfully complete the course.
"I had no grounds to keep him out of class," she said in an e-mail.
There were five recorded police contacts with Jared between February 2010 and September 2010. On September 29, the now-infamous YouTube video of Loughner's tirade against PCC was discovered by Pima DPS officers. The next day, a notice of suspension was issued to Loughner's residence.
Shortly after this video was found on YouTube, a comprehensive list of police contacts, behavioral observations, and other profile information was compiled, along with a confidential flyer to PCC law enforcement that read:
"Jared Lee Loughner is not permitted on any Pima Community College property. If you see him please contact Campus Police immediately..."
On September 29, PCC police officer Shad Pace sent a request for information on Loughner to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
On October 1, Athansio Vlahoulis, with the ATF, responded:
"I did not come up with any gun info on this guy. Let me know if you need anything else."
As News 4 Tucson has reported previously, Loughner purchased the 9mm Glock pistol that he used on January 8 at a Sportsman's Warehouse in November.
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