I saw this earlier. I wonder if parents are to blame for accessibility.
Hmmm, we start to see people found not guilty of using firearms for self defense, and the political party that is against the 2A is going in the crapper. Also, the Maxwell trial. Then, boom, school shooting. Call me crazy, but, anymore these tragedies pop up when they need to demonize guns, and draw attention away from a major news story.
It’s terrible for the families, that the Michigan Governor was already making it about the guns. Why not demonize the shooter? Why not look at what drove that person to do it? It could be someone that finally snapped, after all the lockdowns, variants, and general state of society. It could also be, that the shooter is just a piece of garbage.
I thought the same thing. Everytime gun rights seem to be poised to make a comeback there is a shooting.
Interesting that the shooter immediately lawyered up. I wonder if he will take the same defense of “bullying” that other shooter did who walked out the very next day.
People responsible for providing access to firearms to people who should not have them need to face stiffer consequences. Even during events/tragedies that only happened inside the home.
The car guy killed and injured twice as many people. Blame it on the car.
The parent just bought the pistol a few days before the shootings. I put a great deal of the blame on the gun owner not safely storing the pistol. Period! He/She didn’t pull the trigger but must assume responsibility for This kid having access to it.
Gun ownership aside, parents should be 100% responsible for what their children do. It is up to the parents to ensure that they supervise the child as well as secure their car keys, alcohol, guns, etc. anything that the child should not be able to access. It’s also up to the parents to give the children a sense of right and wrong and a respect for the law.
Just my opinions, but I’m sure they are shared by others.
If he is charged as an adult can parents be held responsible ??
We don’t know all the facts, but yes. If someone broke a law(child neglect, negligence resulting in death, etc) and enabled someone else to break a different law(murder, assault with a deadly weapon), you have 2 people who broke the law. They are both responsible.
Good vid after I watched all of it. I see his point.