The prosecution accuses of involuntary homicide to the parents of the Michigan shooter

The parents of the 15-year-old girl who ended up with the lives of four students from an Institute in Michigan have been charged today with involuntary homicide

The prosecution accuses of involuntary homicide to the parents of the Michigan shooter

The parents of the 15-year-old girl who ended up with the lives of four students from an Institute in Michigan have been charged today with involuntary homicide, in an atypical step by the Prosecutor's Office for a similar case. James and Jennifer Crumbley face four charges after recognizing that they bought the semiautomatic weapon used by their child at the educational center as a Christmas present.

The police seek the parents of the alleged author of the shooting because they are at the unknown whereabouts. It was expected that both of them appear this Friday at 4:00 pm (21.00 GMT hour) before a federal court for reading charges against them, but the police do not find them, so an order for search and capture against them.

As stated by the Oakland County Prosecutor's Office, where the Oxford High Institute is located, Tuesday's killing could have been avoided if he had acted before the various tracks he left the young man, Ethan Crumbley. Starting with the fact that the previous day a teacher discovered the student looking for internet ammunition for his gun in class. The parents of him received the notice immediately.

After being informed, his mother sent him a text to his son. "I'm kidding, I'm not angry with you, you just have to learn that they do not get caught." Afterwards, on the same morning of the shooting, both his mother and his father had to return to school after being discovered a role in which his son had drawn his pistol, a person who had shot and a few words: "Blood for all Parties "and" Thoughts do not cease. Help me ".

Despite the meeting with center staff and the warning that his son needed psychological help, they insisted on leaving him in class that day. No one, neither parents nor the teachers, recorded the student to see if he carried the gun in the backpack with which he ended up committing the massacre.

According to the declared by his parents, he kept the gun to the boy in a keyless drawer, a fact that does not violate Michigan's laws. For the prosecutor in charge of the case, Karen McDonald, does constitute a recklessness that the weapon and ammunition were not properly protected and out of the reach of minors. "We must make individuals responsible for that," she said at a press conference.

Shortly after 12:50 in the afternoon, his son got into a school bath and left armed and ready to shoot indiscriminately. Up to 30 shots came out of his weapon before being arrested, killing two boys and two girls, all teen, and wounding seven others.

The shooter of the shooter has already declared him not guilty, even though researchers have found two videos on his phone and a diary where he spoke of his desire to commit a killing at school. He has been accused of terrorism and premeditated homicide, among other positions.

Date Of Update: 09 December 2021, 01:22

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