Parole denied to woman who killed two at San Diego school in 1979

April 18, 2001
Brenda Spencer, who killed two people and wounded nine in the nation's first high-profile school shooting, has been denied parole. In her hearing, she

Brenda Spencer, who killed two people and wounded nine in the nation's first high-profile school shooting, has been denied parole

. In her hearing, she told parole officers she feels responsible for the many school shootings since her 1979 sniper attack. She is serving a 25-years-to-life sentence for her attack on San Diego's Grover Cleveland Elementary school. Spencer is often remembered for her response to a question about why she opened fire. "I don't like Mondays," she said./p>

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