Massachusetts Danvers School Killing

October 25, 2013 by  

Massachusetts Danvers School Killing, How was Danvers High math teacher Colleen Ritzer killed? With a box cutter the suspect, 14-year-old Philip Chism, had brought into school, a source close to the investigation says.

What happened to her body afterward? It was stashed in a recycling bin, rolled outside, then dumped about 20 feet into woods behind the northeastern Massachusetts high school’s athletic fields, adds another source. It was left there — not buried, not even covered.

And where did the alleged killer go afterward? After changing his clothes, he went to a Wendy’s fast food restaurant and a movie, sources say, before police in a neighboring town saw him walking on a busy road under the pitch-dark sky early Wednesday.

Those are the answers, many of them revealed Thursday, two days after the teacher’s killing. Yet the question of why this happened — why a popular young educator who always wore a smile and went the extra mile was killed allegedly by a teenager who friends, family and co-workers described as reserved and well-behaved — continues to loom large.

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