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Student Removed From School for Making 'Hit List'

The student has not been named

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    Student Removed From School for Making 'Hit List'
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    A Milford, New Hampshire, high school principal says a student has been removed for making a "hit list" of students and teachers, and has undergone police interviews.

    The Telegraph of Nashua reports Milford High School Principal Brad Craven told parents in an email that the student's home has been visited and he is under medical evaluation and treatment. The student has not been named.

    Craven said school officials saw a copy of the list Monday and that the student in question indicated in the past that he wished people on the list "would come to harm."

    Craven called the incident very concerning, but he said officials "do not feel there is any need to panic or that anybody is vulnerable to immediate harm."

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