1 thought on “Michigan School Shooter’s Parents Charged with Manslaughter

  1. If the parents took no action after there were signs of potential problems, then they should be charged with something. Michigan law clearly states that one must be at least 18 years of age to own or possess a handgun, so the weapon used in this crime legally belonged to the father. Since the school had clear indications of potential problems with this student, they should be charged, as well. They may not be able to be charged with manslaughter, but they should be held accountable for being so negligent in this matter. Had they suspended the student pending an investigation, this shooting spree may never have happened.

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