The parent community had predicted that trouble might ensue, but the school was unaware of the matter. Eventually, the shooting killed four people and injured seven others.

The parents of a 17-year-old boy who was one of four victims of the November 30 explosion at the company are taking $ 32 billion worth of $ 100 million for a lawsuit at Oxford High School in Michigan. United States. Sub writes. The other 14-year-old daughter of the family watched intently as her sister was shot in the neck.

The parents go to court because they believe the attack could have been prevented, and despite several indications of the 15-year-old offender’s suspicious behavior, the board has prevented it.

As we wrote beforeEthan Crumble, a 15-year-old student, opened fire on fellow students at a small town high school not far from Detroit. Four people were killed and seven were injured in the shooting. The gun used in the murders was purchased as a gift from the student’s parents, and they are being prosecuted for turning a blind eye to warning signs of murder. Among other things, they did not work when a teacher caught Ethan searching the internet for ammunition on his phone. Although they were summoned, the parents did not take the boy home from school – after which the teenager was shot and surrendered to police, but did not testify at his trial.

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However, according to a recent report by Vice, not only teachers but also other parents have reported suspicious behavior, although the school has not complied. In the days leading up to the shooting, Ethan Crumbley’s social media behavior caused concern, including the countdown. The students, noticing this, gestured to their parents, the school principal Steven Wolf, and told them that there were some children who did not want to go to school.

The wolf is said to have responded in an email to his parents saying “there is no danger at school and social media suspicions are exaggerated rumors”. As a rule, the supervisor of the school then told the company’s announcer that “they should not spread or trust social media information.” Shortly afterwards, Ethan Crumble posted himself and his gun on the Internet, followed by a shooting.




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The parents of the Michigan school shooter have been arrested

Three of his classmates were shot dead by a 15-year-old boy at a school in Michigan


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The attacker did not testify on the advice of his parents.