World the American high school student who sowed death in his school described as "merciless"

01:58  02 december  2021
01:58  02 december  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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He revealed during his testimony that he was an ASU student . Alliance of left-wing student groups are demanding the 'murderer' be booted. They further demand ASU disavow Rittenhouse and 'white supremacy'. 'The goal of these demands is to let the ASU administration know that we as the ASU community do not feel safe knowing that a mass shooter, who has expressed violent intentions about 'protecting property' over people, is so carelessly allowed to be admitted to the school at all,' the spokesman told Fox.

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the 15 year old teenager who sowed death Tuesday in his high school in the north of the United States was "without mercy" , showing a determination "to glast the blood", described Wednesday the sheriff to investigate this umpteenth tragedy related to guns in the United States.

"He drew on people with an end bearing, often showing his head or chest," said Michael Bouchard. The balance sheet of the victims, which worsened on Wednesday, rises to four dead and seven bullet wounded, almost all aged 14 to 17 years.

The young murderer, stopped on the spot and identified under the name of Ethan Crumbley, could spend the rest of his days in prison, because he will be pursued as if he was major, announced the local Attorney Karen McDonald.

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His MP has called for a review of the list of animal on the Dangerous Dogs Act - saying it is 'not fit for purpose.' Chief Superintendent Mark Hobrough said: 'The work to identify the breed of dog involved this attack has concluded, with the dog legislation officer's report classifying the breed as an American bulldog. Gwent police said: 'We've arrested a 28-year-old woman from the Caerphilly area on suspicion of being in charge of a dog dangerously out of control causing injury resulting in death . She was later released on conditional bail.

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The police are convinced that his attack was "totally premeditated", added this manager, who detailed the counts of which Ethan Crumbley should answer, including "assassinations" and "act of terrorism". The shooting, perpetrated in an Oxford school, deeply shocked this small town in the state of Michigan, north of the Metropolis de Detroit.

The shooter, carrier of a semi-automatic Grob Sight Sauer 9 mm caliber, bought four days earlier by his father, opened the fire shortly before 1:00 pm local, progressing methodically in the high school and drawing on the doors of classes where had barricated students. He shot at least 30 bullets.

"It is clearly coming to kill people," summed up on CNN the Sheriff Bouchard, adding that he had refused to explain the motives of his murderer equipped.

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Humza Hussain, 16, was stabbed to death outside a school in Luton in June this year. A 16-year-old boy has been found guilty of murder and was told to expect life when he is sentenced tomorrow. Ill feeling had been festering for some months between the pair when the teenager stabbed Humza three times in the chest on an afternoon in June of this year. During the trial which began earlier this month, the killing was described by the prosecution as a revenge attack that took place in broad daylight in a busy street.

Miller and Goodale, who both attended Fairfield High School where Graber taught, have been charged as adults in murder. Two southeastern Iowa teenagers pleaded not guilty Monday to killing their high school Spanish teacher, whose body was found earlier this month in a park where she took daily walks in the sleepy Iowa town of Fairfield. Willard Noble Chaiden Miller and Jeremy Everett Goodale, both 16, are charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder in the killing Nohema Graber in Fairfield, but denied those claims at their arraignment Monday.

The identities of the deceased adolescents were made public: these are two girls aged 14 and 17 and two boys aged 16 and 17 years old. Other young victims remained hospitalized on Wednesday, a 47-year-old teacher slightly touched on the shoulder that he was able to return home.

The authorities are considering prosecution of the parents of the shooter, "said Prosecutor Karen McDonald. In addition to the pistol used in the attack, bought Friday on the occasion of the great promotions of the Black Friday, rifles were seized at the family home.

Ethan Crumbley has previously trained with the gun, publishing on the social networks of the photos of the weapon and the targets he had targeted. Tuesday, he would have brought the weapon in his backpack, without being worried. The Oxford High School does not have a metal detector portico, as we often see in the United States.

He opened the fire by leaving the toilet before wearing the corridors, while terrorized students hid in the classrooms.

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"We know he tried to get into the rooms, he was fire on the doors of many of them," said Sheriff Bouchard.

"Right to silence"

seven bullets were still in the loader when he went to the police inside the high school, only a few minutes after the first call to the emergency number 911.

detained in a center For minor offenders, the shooter has "invoked his right to silence" after receiving the visit of his parents who asked him not to speak to the investigators and took a lawyer, explained the police.

Ethan Crumbley is subject to particularly strict surveillance, the authorities fearing that he waiting for his life.

The six wounded pupils have been to different degrees at the head, neck, leg, hip or torso.

One of the victims, a 14-year-old girl, is in critical condition. She was placed under artificial respirator after being operated for chest and neck injuries, said Tuesday night the sheriff.

The killing caused a shock in the population and all district schools will remain closed for the week. Many high school students participated Tuesday night at a recollection vigil.

The Sheriff Bouchard denied Tuesday night that his services were aware of threats to high school. He has also swept rumors that the shooter had been a victim of harassment or had problems with discipline.

The investigators were interested Wednesday to "writings" found at his home, in which he expressed "his thoughts".

01/12/2021 22:00:14 - Washington (AFP) - © 2021 AFP

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