This computer was among the items left behind by a vandal Thursday afternoon. Earlier in the day, items including bouquets of flowers, a ceramic skull, electronic cigarettes and books about ISIS that members considered threatening, were left outside the school.
This computer was among the items left behind by a vandal Thursday afternoon. Earlier in the day, items including bouquets of flowers, a ceramic skull, electronic cigarettes and books about ISIS that members considered threatening, were left outside the school. Jenny Staletovich Miami Herald Staff
This computer was among the items left behind by a vandal Thursday afternoon. Earlier in the day, items including bouquets of flowers, a ceramic skull, electronic cigarettes and books about ISIS that members considered threatening, were left outside the school. Jenny Staletovich Miami Herald Staff

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