School Scare

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posted on May, 13 2004 @ 10:13 PM
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I just heard on our local news that a student at my HS was suspended indefinatley after police found a "hitlist" of over 100 students at my school. I can't help but worry if my name was on there, because I'm one of the more popular guys and they tend to be the most common on lists like that. I've never picked on anyone so I don't have to much to worry about but who knows. I only live like 2 hours from Columbine, and good thing they stopped this, or we coulda had another. I'm not sure who the kid was, but I'm sure I'll find out soon.




posted on May, 13 2004 @ 10:17 PM
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Whoops... They said Fountain, and then came back and said it was Falcon HS. Even so, still good thing he stopped them. Oh yeah... I didn't mean 100 students but 10.



posted on May, 13 2004 @ 10:22 PM
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And I see that your schwartz is as big as mine!!

seriously, though, these hitlists are little more than an way of getting rid of aggrivation. When I was a freshman, I knew a rather... delusional person who once told me he was going to bring a gun to school and shoot everyone he didn't like. He told me he had a list and everything. Needless to say, he never did, the red-headed stepchild. He was just venting and being a little dramatic, but he did scare the pants out of me for a day or two. This is quite common in our culture of movies and fashion. Students don't usually go on shooting rampages like Columbine. Look into that particular issue of Columbine as it reeks of occult government involvement that was motivated for the means of banning guns.

[Edited on 5/13/2004 by AlnilamOmega]



posted on May, 13 2004 @ 10:28 PM
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I was worried, because I have some messed-up kids at my school that probably WOULD do something like this...



posted on May, 13 2004 @ 10:30 PM
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at my high school there was a period of time with bomb scares...I remember a few times in one week there would be bomb threats called in, and we would all wait outside until they sweeped the building. lol. then, some kid actually set off a dry ice bomb in a garbage can, which didn't do any damage to anyone (and wouldnt be powerful enough to) but still made everyone feel uneasy. Then some other kids were caught "with a bomb" in school according to my physics teacher who said they had been suspended...but all these kids ended up back in school eventually. nothing else ever happened.

then there's my middle school, where each year there would be a different threat of people who were supposed to come shoot up the school. I remember my friends and I had thought up escape plans and everything, and on one day that it was rumored to happen the administrators called people to the office asking about it, and police actually surrounded the building to wait...nothing happened. The rumor was based on a kid being held at gunpoint in the school parking lot by someone who said they would be coming back...this all had something to do with our dean who was later convicted for violation of paroll and child solicitation when he would buy things for students, excuse them from punishments for misbehaving, etc...in hopes of having boys perform sex acts with him...he is currently in jail, but I had him for nearly three years as dean at middle school. This school was also in a really bad neighborhood, so it figures, and it is now in terrible shape (at the time was the best middle school in the area)...but yea, that sums up my experience with school violence.



posted on May, 13 2004 @ 11:06 PM
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They pegged me as a possible school shooter earlier this year, or wait, that was last month.

Apparently someone was supposed to shoot up the school on 4/20, and there was alot of buzz around me, and for good reasons I guess.

I wear combat boots (with my pant legs tucked into them), wear a trench coat, and at the last basketball game my friend Mac, (who happens to wear a black trench coat like mine), did a "Sieg Heil" during the national anthem (for shock value), so they had us pegged as "Trench Coat Mafia." My "friend" Rose even said that I fit the profile of a school shooter that she saw on 60 minutes. They also pinned it on me because 4/20 happens to be Adolf Hitlers birthday, and I seem to be the only one who promotes National Socialist beliefs (not the stereotypical "White Power" bs you hear racists shouting, either). So it's not hard to label a school shooter.

I happen to be "not so popular," Gothic (in the sense that I wear nothing but black, spike my hair in "devil" horns, and listen to music like Cradle of Filth and KoRn), and happen to be an emotionally disturbed person, if you could call me that. So it's really no problem slapping a label on someone because they fit the stereotype. And no, I wasn't the one who did the threat. On "Game day" (4/20) the Feds were all around the place, watching, cop cars on nearly every corner around the school and a few large unmarked black vans sitting around, I bet they were on standby. So they WERE prepared for something to happen.

(PS,
I'm not a white supremecist, can't even spell it, I'm a Native American, Ojibwa, living on the Redlake Indian Reservation in Minnesota, and lets not have this turn into a hardcore political discussion about my political ideals, ok?
)

[Edited on 13-5-2004 by Weise]





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