A 16-year-old student accused of tweeting out threats to open fire at his school in response to an announcement about the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn., says his words weren't meant to be taken literally. A judge will determine if there is enough probable cause to keep the teen under house arrest on Wednesday.
The suspect accused of carrying out the shooting spree, Robert Lewis Dear, made remarks about "baby parts" to investigators after his surrender, a law enforcement official told CNN.
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