The secluded family of the Virginia Tech gunman broke its silence today with a pained statement from his sister Sun-Kyung Cho, a Princeton grad who works as a contractor for the State Department. The family feels "hopeless, helpless and lost," she wrote, and is "deeply sorry" for his "unspeakable actions," CNN reported.
Seung-Hui Cho's sister said her family was praying for each of his 32 victims, listed by name, and they felt they no long knew him. "My brother was quiet and reserved, yet struggled to fit in. We never could have envisioned that he was capable of so much violence," she said.