In early June, Lynda Sorenson, 52, had gone back to community college in
Tucson in hopes of getting back on the job market. One of her classes
was a basic algebra class--and one of her classmates was Jared Loughner, now identified by authorities as the man who killed six people and critically wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) in a shooting rampage Saturday. Sorenson's e-mails to friends
from last summer, provided to the Washington Post, reveal her growing
alarm at Loughner's strange and disruptive
behavior in class.