Michigan school shooting suspect’s mom wrote blog to Trump praising support for guns

- Advertisement -

More details are emerging about Ethan Crumbley, 15, a man charged with murder and terrorism after he allegedly shot dead four students and wounded seven at a Michigan high school on Tuesday.

- Advertisement -

Mr Crumbley, who appeared in a Michigan court on Wednesday and was charged with 24 separate counts as an adult, apparently came from a family that favored possessing guns.

Jennifer Crumbley, 43, Mr. Crumbley’s mother, wrote an open letter For then-President-elect Donald Trump on his blog in November 2016 First reported by The Daily Beast,


“As a woman and a realtor, thank you for allowing me the right to bear arms,” ​​she wrote. “Allows me to be safe if I show someone the house with bad intentions. Thank you for honoring that amendment.”

Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said on Wednesday that Mr. Crumbley, the semi-automatic handgun that allegedly killed four students and injured several others, was legally purchased by his father, James Crumbley.

- Advertisement -

Prosecutors have indicated that they may considering additional charges Against Ethan Crumbley’s parents.

Granthshala The Crumbley family has been reached out for comment.

Officials said on Wednesday that the firing appeared to have been pre-planned and not an act of spontaneous violence.

“There’s a mountain of digital evidence — videotape, social media, all digital evidence is possible — and it absolutely, we believe we can show that was forethought,” Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald told reporters.

Before shooting, Ethan Crumbley posted ominous messages online.

Fox 2 Detroit wrote Monday, “Now I have become Death – the Destroyer of the world – see you tomorrow Oxford.”

Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard said Wednesday that school administrators had previously flagged the teen for “feeling about the behavior in the classroom,” and asked his parents for a meeting about the boy’s conduct. The morning of the shooting was brought to the school. ,

During an appearance on Wednesday, police also said they uncovered two videos on Ethan Crumbley’s cell phone in which he described the shooting and murder of students at Oxford High School. A magazine found in his bag also described his desire to shoot other students.

Hours after Tuesday’s shooting at Oxford High School, three students were confirmed dead: Tate Myere, 16; Medicine Baldwin, 17; and 14-year-old Hana St. Juliana.

The fourth student, 17-year-old Justin Schilling, died in hospital on Wednesday.

Six other students aged 14 to 17 are hospitalized with gunshot wounds, including a 14-year-old girl who is on a ventilator after surgery. The teacher was discharged from the hospital due to a shoulder injury.


Credit: www.independent.co.uk /

- Advertisement -
Mail Us For  DMCA / Credit  Notice

Recent Articles

Stay on top - Get the daily news in your inbox

Related Stories