"This story is about Nathaniel Brazill, a seventh-grader who killed his English teacher on the last day of school in Lake Worth, Florida. . . New Times staff writer Bob Norman spent weeks in the South Florida town where Brazill grew up; the resulting article shattered the honor-student myth and revealed the dark side of a very promising 13- year-old whose adolescent crises intersected with a cheap pistol. Most importantly, it helped answer a profound question that a nation was asking: Why?"