School Shootings

School Shootings

The reputation of U.S. schools have changed for the worst. Schools have become a death trap for whoever may enter. Innocent children are dying everyday by the hands of their careless peers. Thurston, Columbine, and Heath High Schools-just to name a few, have been battlegrounds for both students and teachers. Excuses and explanations have been made as to why students would commit such heartless acts. Courses of actions such as gun control, the attempt to admit prayer back into schools and blaming television networks
School shootings have been the biggest nightmare that any school system could face. Just hours after he killed his parents, Kip Kinkel opened fire at Thurston High School in Springfield, Oregon. Two classmates were killed and 25 others injured. ?Goddamn these voices inside my head,? screamed Kinkel during his interrogation. Doctors called by Kinkel?s de0fense team testified at his sentencing hearing that they found Kinkel to be a paranoid schizophrenic driven to kill by hallucinations. Psychologists say that some of his actions were influenced by violence seen on television and video games. ?We need to do a better job as a society

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