Most school campus shoot-em-up maniacs have the decency to kill themselves before they're arrested: Harris and Klebold, Cho, Gill. But Valery Fabrikant, the paranoid Concordia engineering professor who killed four of his colleagues in 1992, was arrested and tried for the murders and is in prison. His first chance for parole won't come for another 10 years.
But jail (and a lack of access to computers) hasn't stopped him from publishing articles, updating a website, appealing, appealing, appealing, appealing, appealing, appealing, appealing, appealing and otherwise reminding his victims' families that he's sitting comfortably in jail while his victims are still dead.
So you can imagine the gall this guy has to sue his former colleagues for $600,000 for their actions that somehow forced him to go on a shooting rampage. He's demanding access to his computer so he can pursue his case.
Considering he has a 0% success rate in court (mostly because he represents himself), I don't think anyone has much to worry about. But it's still annoying that we have to keep hearing from this guy.