School shooting at Texas Elementary school, several children reported dead

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Now, I'd just like to remind people that the MSM was partly to blame for these lies being so prominent. You could almost call it Fake News

Because the MSM is about drama. It doesn't pick sides. It picks drama
 

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So basically they've fired the entire police force. Apparently radio transmissions between officers during the shooting came out, with one of the first SWAT officers on the scene openly saying she's in no rush to stop the shooting because her son wasn't there.
Can't wait for the radio leaks showing the police shot and killed one of the children.
 

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So basically they've fired the entire police force. Apparently radio transmissions between officers during the shooting came out, with one of the first SWAT officers on the scene openly saying she's in no rush to stop the shooting because her son wasn't there.
Can't wait for the radio leaks showing the police shot and killed one of the children.
Holy shit. Hopefully they end up legit fired
 
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So basically they've fired the entire police force. Apparently radio transmissions between officers during the shooting came out, with one of the first SWAT officers on the scene openly saying she's in no rush to stop the shooting because her son wasn't there.
Can't wait for the radio leaks showing the police shot and killed one of the children.
What needs to happen is for every last person in an authority position involved in this tragedy to be fired, arrested, prosecuted, and given double-digit prison sentences.
 

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Arrested by some other lot of incompetent police who don't know who they are arresting and treat them like anyone else, perhaps?
 

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What needs to happen is for every last person in an authority position involved in this tragedy to be fired, arrested, prosecuted, and given double-digit prison sentences.
Or just make 'm go back to school, cuz... you know.
 

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The ones cheering on the superintendent and harassing the victims' families are disgusting and hypocritical. Had it been their kids, they would have been crying their asses off, demanding bloodshed and retribution. They beyond disgust me. Those pathetic trash don't deserve to have kids.



 

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The ones cheering on the superintendent and harassing the victims' families are disgusting and hypocritical. Had it been their kids, they would have been crying their asses off, demanding bloodshed and retribution. They beyond disgust me. Those pathetic trash don't deserve to have kids.
A lack of empathy bordering on sociopathy. "Wasn't me or mine; who cares?!"
 
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Well honestly a single mother that jump the fence made more of a difference then man armed with weapons. That is a series in itself.

"Mom v. stupidity "

POLICEMEN TOO PHAT:"We are just guys with guns we are defenseless against the white-guy who thinks he is Marlin Manson"

MOTHER: "I am mother who gave up her clean tight smooth hard virgin body to raise ungrateful children, out me way"

CHILDREN: "Thank you mom can we go for happy meals"

MOTHER: "No children because it will be a long time before happy-meal

Narrator: Next episode of Mom v. Stupidity: Cops harass mother for being brave.
 
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As a Michigan teen pleaded guilty on Oct. 24, 2022, to killing four students in a December 2021 attack, America was learning of yet another school shooting. This time, it was a performance arts high school in St. Louis, where a former student opened fire, killing two and injuring at least seven others before dying in a shootout with police.

The fact that yet another school shooting took place within hours of a gunman in a separate case appearing in court underscores how often these events take place in the U.S. As criminologists who have built a comprehensive database to log all school shootings in the U.S., we know that deadly school gun violence in America in now a regular occurrence – with incidents only becoming more frequent and deadlier.

Our records show that seven more people died in mass shootings at U.S. schools between 2018 and 2022 – a total of 52 – than in the previous 18 years combined since the watershed 1999 Columbine High School massacre.


Since the February 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, moreover, more than 700 people have been shot at U.S. schools on football fields and in classrooms, hallways, cafeterias and parking lots.

Many of these shootings were not the mass killing events that schools typically drill for. Rather, they were an extension of rising everyday gun violence.

More Frequent and Deadlier
There have been shootings at U.S. schools almost every year since 1966, but in 2021 there were a record 250 shooting incidents – including any occurrence of a firearm being discharged, be it related to suicides, accidental shootings, gang-related violence or incidents at after-hours school events.


That’s double the annual number of shooting incidents recorded in the previous three years – in both 2018 and 2019, 119 shootings were logged, and there were 114 incidents in 2020.

With more than two months left, 2022 is already the worst year on record. As of Oct. 24, there have been 257 shootings on school campuses – passing the 250 total for all of 2021.

Many of these incidents have been simple disputes turned deadly because teenagers came to school angry and armed. At East High in Des Moines, Iowa, in March 2022, for example, six teens allegedly fired 42 shots in an incident that took place during school dismissal time. The hail of gunfire killed one boy and critically injured two female bystanders. The district attorney described the case as one of the most complex murder investigations their office has ever conducted, partly because six handguns were used.


At Miami Gardens High in Florida that same month, two teens are alleged to have sprayed more than 100 rounds with a rifle and handgun modified for fully automatic fire.

They targeted a student standing in front of the school, but bullets penetrated the building, striking two students sitting inside.

A similar situation unfolded outside Roxborough High in Philadelphia in October. A lunchtime dispute among students allegedly turned into a targeted shooting after a football scrimmage. Five teenage shooters are believed to have fired 60 shots at five classmates leaving the game, killing a 15-year-old.

In each of these cases, multiple student shooters fired dozens of shots.

The tally for 2022 also includes incidents involving lone shooters.

In April, a sniper with 1,000 rounds of ammunition and six semiautomatic rifles fired from a fifth-floor window overlooking the Edmund Burke School in Washington, D.C. at dismissal. A student, parent, school security officer and bystander were wounded before the shooter died by suicide.

Threats, Hoaxes and False Alarms
The increase in shootings in and around school buildings has many parents, students and teachers on edge. An October 2022 Pew Research survey found that one-third of parents report being “very worried” or “extremely worried” about a shooting at their child’s school.

Aside from the near daily occurrences of actual school shootings, there are also the near misses and false alarms that only add to the heightened sense of threat.


In September, a potential attack was averted in Houston when police got a tip that a student planned to chain the cafeteria doors shut and shoot students who were trapped inside. The following day near Dallas, another tip sent police scrambling to stop a vehicle on the way to a high school homecoming football game. Two teens had a loaded semiautomatic rifle and planned to commit a mass shooting at the stadium, it is alleged.

There have also been thousands of false reports of shootings this year. Hoaxes, swatting calls, even a viral TikTok school shooting challenge have sent schools across the nation into lockdown. Dozens, possibly hundreds, of these threats are automated 911 calls from overseas, but police have no choice but to respond.

People are so much on edge that a popped balloon at one California school in September led to an active shooter response from police. The sound of a metal pipe banging in August caused thousands of people to flee an Arkansas high school football stadium for fear of being shot. A loud bang from a chair being thrown caused a code red lockdown and parents to rush to a Florida high school.

A Better Way?
The rising annual tally of school shootings has occurred despite enhanced school security in the two decades since the Columbine massacre. Metal detectors, clear backpacks, bulletproof chalkboards, lockdown apps, automatic door locks and cameras have not stopped the rise in school shootings. In fact, the May 2022 mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, provides a case study in systemic failure across the school safety enterprise.

Federal legislation passed in the wake of Uvalde will provide districts with money to hire additional school social workers, or pay for better communication mechanisms in school buildings to address the warning signs of violence missed in dozens of high-profile attacks.

It is aimed at better identifying and helping at-risk students before they turn to violence. However, another area that needs attention is students’ ready access to firearms.

Some school shooters, like the perpetrator in Uvalde, are young adults old enough to get their guns legally from gun stores, prompting questions over whether some states need to reconsider a minimum age for firearms sales.

Meanwhile, most school shooters get their guns from home, making safe storage of firearms a public health priority.

But many children get their guns from the streets. Preventing weapons from getting into the hands of potential school shooters will require police and policymakers to devote resources toward cracking down on straw purchasers – those who buy firearms for someone else – and getting stolen weapons, unserialized ghost guns and guns modified with auto-sears to make them fully automatic off the streets.

Such measures could be what it takes to stop the tragic normalization of school shootings.
The Conversation


James Densley is a Professor of Criminal Justice at Metropolitan State University; David Riedman is a Ph.D. student in Criminal Justice and Creator of the K-12 School Shooting Database at the University of Central Florida; and Jillian Peterson is a Professor of Criminal Justice at the Hamline University.

This article is republished from The Conversation, a nonprofit, independent news organization dedicated to unlocking the knowledge of experts for the public good, under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.
And just for good measure...


On Oct. 24, 2022, Twitter user @emzorbit tweeted, “The St. Louis school that was the site of an active shooter today had metal detectors, all doors were locked,” and said that “seven security officers in the school,” yet “still, the shooter gained entry and people died.” All of this was true in the case of the deadly shooting that took place on the same day at Central Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) High School.



In addition to receiving tens of thousands of retweets and likes, it was also widely shared as a screenshot on Instagram, Reddit, and elsewhere.

The shooting resulted in the deaths of a teacher and student, The Associated Press reported. Seven other students were also wounded before the shooter was gunned down by police officers who had arrived on the scene:

A 19-year-old who killed a teacher and a 15-year-old girl at a St. Louis high school was armed with an AR-15-style rifle and what appeared to be more than 600 rounds of ammunition, a police official said Tuesday.
Orlando Harris also left behind a handwritten note offering his explanation for the shooting Monday at Central Visual and Performing Arts High School, St. Louis Police Commissioner Michael Sack told reporters. Tenth-grader Alexzandria Bell and 61-year-old physical education teacher Jean Kuczka died and seven students were wounded before police killed Harris in an exchange of gunfire.
During a news conference on the day of the shooting, George Sells, the director of communications and marketing for Saint Louis Public Schools, spoke about seven security personnel who were working in the building at the time the shooting began. This information confirmed part of the viral tweet.

Michael Sack, the interim commissioner for the St. Louis Police Department, also said at the same news conference that, “Not all of the public safety school security officers are armed.” In the same answer, he confirmed that the doors were locked and that the school was equipped with metal detectors:

They’ve got the doors locked. They’ve got the metal detectors. They’re taking all the reasonable precautions. We’ll be meeting with them after we have some time to talk about opportunities to make their facilities harder to get into. But if there’s somebody who has a will, they’re going to figure it out. We don’t want to make it easy for them, but we’ve just got to do the best we can to extend that time it takes them to get into the building to buy us time to respond and get there.
Sack’s comments begin at the 8:58 mark in the following video. The remarks from Sells start at the 16:29 mark.


Reuters reported the same information from the news conference, publishing that “the high school had seven security officers on site and metal detectors,” and that “the security officers were not armed.” The story also mentioned that the doors to the St. Louis school were locked, just as Sack said.

In sum, yes, the school in question in the St. Louis shootings was equipped with metal detectors, all doors were locked, and seven security officers were already present when the deadly shooting began to unfold.
 
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And just for good measure...

I barely found out about this earlier in the morning. I checked your second link and there was a video about the investigation. Apparently that asshole had a list of other school shootings in his car. The sick fuck was just trying to add his name to the list of school shooters. At least a police & SWAT actually did their job and kill the guy before he can murder more innocent people.
 

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Killing people who want to kill people is not going to solve anything. If that was true we might as well kill all the military veterans who "wanted" to take a life and those "who did took a life" and all the "discriminated-minded" ( religion, race, republic ) who continues to prevent the job market from functioning rather then "first come first serve".

Shootings happen for a reason. It is like we can not be united without having an invisible enemy unless the enemy is physical like a purple Disney villain or a curly haired character with a detailed nose or little man from a Manga related work, or even like a dying neighborhood filled to the brim with elderly, minorities, and a bunch of people who do look young but clearly are coming home from looking for something that will never come. All looking for benifits, and rights made just so the streets would not be lined with them and besides it benefited those who continue to pump money into taxes Just going "omgsh that is auwful lets disarm people" is not going to solve anybodies problems.

My area we had a change in gun law which resulted in a raid of weapons from a person who legally registered their weapons they purchased. They had a "shoot-out" just because they did not want to give up their arms. Just like that somebody signed their own death warrent by legally purchasing weapons, and adding their name to a list.

We should be trying to solve the problem as with the job market and first come first serve, and condemn those employers who do not give persons the ability to function out
of being a "Janitor". That is insanity.

Those people who do take up arms are correct in their opinions. It is no different then a spouse being violent against their former lovers. Their is a peaceful resolution but the other party chooses not to. Their are tons of people ( I will admit ) I would not mind tossing into the pit, like that photo "The last Jew", but what is stopping me and many other people is the actual "Belief in the system" and even higher "the belief in god".

Rather then put their faith in "Slavery is freedom, War is peace, Ignorance is strength, or even Censorship is free speech. They would actually do something about their problem that we pretend that does not exists. When is it my fault? Why should anybody kill their fellow world citizen? Why should we remain silent and pretend to know nothing? Is it is my fault a man is unable to hold a simple job or for some reason hold any remedial task above their head, and still be unable to speak their mind. Is it my fault you have rows of
beautiful women adhering to self-annihilation via feminism believing they have any choice at all while others a subjugated as if women suffrage and laws retaining to marriage still resulted in a trip to the mental ward for a mandatory addictive shock treatment or a taste of Coca-Cola nicknamed meth, weed, or even booze, only for those women claiming how they are independent are really the proud cum-dumpsters of the world? Even to be worst how your denied normality because your too young or your too old only for your income to abused by somebody who drags you by your arms to so call house of education only for you to face more education all funded by tax dollars only to starve, suffer, crawl, while you are free to be dragged through life and then once again have somebody that your dragging along the way of life or even somebody who dare talk down to you into your elderly prime where you are finally put down like a dog with many years ahead of them but because your on retirement, or social supplementary, or disability, or even social security you are deemed a useless.

You know the future and you know the past. What do you do? You have to sneak and plot and the worst thing of all is when you see yourself and you present a lack of faith to them. The same grim lack of faith that was given to you and just like you they ignore you and ignore your plead and look down on you. Racism, Religion, Republic ( culture/nationality ) takes over and you realize you do not want to be apart of somebody who line themselves to one side but you represent all sides but they do not see that so.
Only to be deemed a dependent demographic of the surplus population who represents stereotypes from a tele-play or worst a photograph on the first page of a newspaper or breaking news featuring that gal everybody has a picture of or that guy who appeared in a workout video or was in that shot of an elected official and your opposite equal who would accept you is not with you because you do not know how to function without income, or function without looking fit, or maybe the scars of pain
shows on your face, but even more worst to choose to accept fear and worship fear. We are the most beautiful children in the world and now we referenced to called hideous monsters. Why? Why? Why? Oh voy what are we to do with ourselves?

Like omgsh it is my fault I am an angel born to surpass demons who would dare tear my wings away and toss me into the debts.
 
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If enough of us report him as a bot or obvious troll, can he be banned???

Also unless I'm missing a beat, he said "those taking up arms are correct in their opinions". Did he just endorse school shootings????
 
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If enough of us report him as a bot or obvious troll, can he be banned???

Also unless I'm missing a beat, he said "those taking up arms are correct in their opinions". Did he just endorse school shootings????
I reported them a few hours ago.
 

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Sandy Hook wasn't enough to get reasonable gun restrictions passed, nothing will be
With Sandy Hook the assailant was already victimized by his mother and possibly his father. His father said in via interview "If I could kill him myself I would" and the mother was most likely pushing him to join the military and "become a real man". He most likely targeted the school because somebody said "Those kids are more normal then you are" or "They will pass you up in life".

He was also seeing therapists claiming to be possible rapists along with spiritual ( yet homo erotic ) ideas even recalling dreams about demonic like beings. He actually was studying computer programming, and enjoyed DDR ( as seen from a video ). Another perspective was the fact he was prescribed drugs. The same kind that also influences suicidal behaviors. Drugs as a result of the over-flow of majors studying psychology and the so called "revolution" ( LGBT ) that created a slew of physicians/medical-doctors/psychiatrists, along with womens-rights and second-wave feminism. A bigger issue nobody touched up on is the mental state of the parents and how much effort of actually caring about their kid. Many parents of divorce/separation usually the bread-winner damages and prevents the family from continuing in most cases.

No gun-law is going to prevent shootings. Especially with the mentalities of separation of the sexes and denying people rights or blinding them without permission. Using threats via announcements is not helping anybody at all. Playing god is not going to get the idea inside of them. Making people meek or weak is not going to yield results.

The continual damnation of the Y's chromosome via figures like Cosby, while violating peoples privacy as with Pee-wee is not solving the issue. If people would just listen and understand we could prevent more inappropriate relationships as with Palpatine and Annie. It is like "The Kiss" as seen in "Lexx I worship his shadow" .

You ( we / I ) was not born that way. Somebody made ( us / me ) you that way.

Maybe we could

A. Get every guy to lose his virginity so he would feel normal as many times possible.

B. Get every guy a job of some sort and actually bro help them one by one.

C. Realize a homeless man on the streets is far more problematic then a homeless woman.

D. Realize that our boys, our boys, need the strength of each other no matter what race, religion, or republic they represent.

...........

Did you know you could still pay your way out of selective service ? Meaning the requirement usually revolving around benefits, anything receiving public assistance, and financial aide, to even ssi, ssl, and many other services. You could be excepted from it?

Why should _____ have to be pushed into the idea of "serving your nation" because of your religious, republic, or racial background?
 

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No gun-law is going to prevent shootings.
Except, you know, preventing shootings by keeping people like the Sandy Hill psychopath (who was nothing but a psychopath, nothing justifies or caused his shooting other than his own self and nothing more and the same goes for anyone else who does a mass shooting.) from being able to GET the guns necessary to even do a mass shooting. That requires strict gun control laws and if that means getting the guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens too, well, boo hoo. Turns out, if bad people can't effortlessly get guns, they can't go around shooting people. Who'd a thought it?
 
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Also unless I'm missing a beat, he said "those taking up arms are correct in their opinions". Did he just endorse school shootings????
Struggling to make out what they are talking about, but I think so.