posted on Dec, 11 2018 @ 05:52 PM
I remember all of the school shootings that had significant press coverage, and none of them sit right with me. I understand that when you have
hundreds of people running around trying to hide or leave a school there can be conflicting reports of who the suspect/s is/are, and there can be
information that not entirely correct due to stress levels and people trying to remember details that they only witnessed for split seconds.
What doesn't sit right with me besides the obvious, is that there are always reports of a secondary or tertiary perpetrator. There was one where they
found extra gear and weapons as if someone had stripped it off in a hurry, and the official story was that it was a stash that the perpetrator had
staged, but that didn't make any sense due to the way the items were just thrown on the ground.
I'm not going to go into detail of any of the shootings, but the recent ones seem like not only are the shooters over the age of 18 and/or not even a
student at the school they terrorized. Also, what pisses me off is that the FBI will have interviewed or contacted the perpetrator, gave them a pass
or placed a firearm restriction on them.
In the one case where the perpetrator had been restricted from legally purchasing or possessing a firearm his father knowing that still gave him
Almost every single one of this incidences were preventable, but in each case someone decided to give matches to the pyro.
And I still don't think that they should be broadcasting these events all over the country.