By M.R. KROPKO
Associated Press Writer
CLEVELAND - A former graduate student convicted of killing one man and
wounding two others inside the business school at Case Western Reserve
University remains convinced he should not be held responsible.
In a one-hour interview last week with The Associated Press inside the
Cuyahoga County Jail, Biswanath Halder expressed no remorse and
accepted no blame for his violent, 7 1/2-hour siege that terrified
students and faculty on May 9, 2003.
He blamed the university for a hacker who had wrecked his Web site
meant to help business entrepreneurs from India.
"I didn't take a life," Halder said in a quiet, calm tone,
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