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Jared Loughner Yearbook Photos Going Back to Kindergarten. Yeah, They're Creepy

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Since our previous post about Jared Loughner's yearbook photos, we've come across several more dating as far back as 1995 -- when Loughner was in kindergarten.

The scanned images were provided by the Marana Unified School District and include each year Loughner was a student at the district except for 1996, 1999, 2000, and 2001. In each of those years, the district says, yearbooks were not created.

See them all below -- starting with his kindergarten yearbook picture and ending with the now-infamous photo taken by Pima County sheriff's deputies following his arrest. We'll be the first to tell you, the photos are a little creepy.

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