Byline: Khristopher Brooks
Apr. 21--If you ask E. Scott Geller, the shooting rampage at Virginia Tech could easily have been prevented.
"This killer never talked to anybody, and nobody ever bothered to talk to him," the Virginia Tech psychology professor said while speaking here Friday. "He had no friends. He had no social structure and no sense of belonging."
Monday's massacre resulted in 33 deaths and the woundings of many others.
With classes canceled, Geller has had a lot of time to think about the killer, Seung-Hui Cho, and his psychological condition. The professor shared those thoughts with a group of psychology students at East …