NBC News received a "rambling communication" and a video from Cho Seung-Lui, the Virginia Tech student who shot and killed 32 people at the
university Monday morning.

According to MSNBC.com, NBC News president Steve Capus said the package arrived in Wednesday's morning mail delivery. The network turned the material over to FBI agents in New York. The package was mailed Monday at 9 am, an hour and 45 minutes after Cho's shooting of two people in the university dormitory - and before the 30 more he killed in a classroom building. Cho took his own life after the killing spree.

Capus told MSNBC that the package included a long, "rambling, manifesto-like statement embedded with a series of photographs." He described the material as "hard-to-follow... disturbing, very disturbing - very angry,
profanity-laced," he said. There was also a disc with videos that had a series of angry rants by Cho delivered directly to a camera.

NBC News released a photo of Cho posing with guns drawn. The network was planning to present more of the mailed material on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams. - Reporting by Stephen Battaglio

Update: See "Nightly News Plays Videos Sent to NBC by Virginia Tech Shooter"