See smaller This undated photo obtained from MySpace shows Jarad L. Loughner. At an event roughly three years ago, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords took a question from Jared Loughner, the man accused of trying to assassinate her and killing six other people. According to two of his high school friends the question was essentially this: 'What is government if words have no meaning?' Loughner was angry about her response _ she read the question and didn't have much to say. On Sunday, Loughner was charged in the shootings a day earlier at a political event outside a Tucson supermarket. Aside from the six killed, 14 people were injured., including Giffords.

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This undated photo obtained from MySpace shows Jarad L. Loughner. At an event roughly three years ago, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords took a question from Jared Loughner, the man accused of trying to assassinate her and killing six other people. According to two of his high school friends the question was essentially this: "What is government if words have no meaning?" Loughner was angry about her response _ she read the question and didn't have much to say. On Sunday, Loughner was charged in the shootings a day earlier at a political event outside a Tucson supermarket. Aside from the six killed, 14 people were injured., including Giffords.

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