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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Michael Brandon Hill
A metro Atlanta bookkeeper who is credited with talking a school gunman into surrendering will be a guest of President Barack Obama for his State of the Union address.
A school bookkeeper credited with persuading a gunman into surrendering after shots were fired at a metro Atlanta school has written a book about the ordeal.
President Obama praised Antoinette Tuff on Friday and suggested the hero Georgia bookkeeper make a visit to the White House.
Police say the suspect who was arrested for the shooting at an Atlanta-area school on Tuesday told them he was off his medications.
Police credit Tuff with persuading Michael Brandon Hill to surrender after they say he went to the Ronald E. McNair Discovery Learning Academy in Decatur Aug. 20 with an assault rifle and nearly 500 rounds of ammunition.