The court has pushed back the preliminary hearings for the alleged Michigan school shooter, and his parents, because the defense and prosecution have a massive amount of evidence to sift through.
One expert told VICE that laying charges in a case like this shows a “fundamental misunderstanding of terrorism.”
The parents of the 15-year-old boy who is accused of killing four students in a shooting spree in a Michigan school allegedly gave their son a handgun as a Christmas gift.
The company showed users a confusing banner when watching a video shot inside Oxford High School, where a gunman killed four students.
A gunman identified as an 18-year-old student opened fire at a university 650 miles east of Moscow, sparking scenes of panic as people jumped to safety from windows.
One school in Florida embraces the idea of arming staff. Another school resists.
One Ohio school decided to have its teachers carry guns. Not everyone likes the idea.
The spare-parts kits — mostly ordered online — don’t have serial numbers, making it difficult for investigators to trace them back to their owner.
People in the school community are baffled as to why this teen described as a quiet, kind Boy Scout would bring a pistol to school on his 16th birthday and shoot five people.
The injured victims are two girls aged 15 and 14, and a 14-year-old boy. One of those patients is in critical condition and the others are in fair condition.
“We didn’t know if he was behind us. We just learned to run.”
Another student asked the girl who she would kill if she could kill five people.