Chardon High School Shooting
Let us now pause.
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Why do people hate? When does hurt turn to rage and then to violence? How can we stop intolerance and encourage love? And, finally, how can we stop the perpetrators before they act out?
The United States is the country with the highest rate of civilian gun ownership in the world. (The second highest is Yemen
It's a tragedy that five years after Virginia Tech so little has changed. How many years must we wait until tragic headlines about school shootings, children dying, and people using the "shoot first and ask questions later" defense to take the law into their own hands go away? When will we finally get the courage to stand up as a nation and say enough to the deadly proliferation of guns and gun violence that endanger children's and public safety? As a nation we can't afford to keep waiting for common-sense gun control laws that would protect our children and all of us from indefensible gun violence. The time to act is now.
Grendell has placed a gag order on the case restricting comments by defense attorneys and prosecutors. (Reporting by Kim
Just as headlines from the February 27 Chardon High School shooting begin to fade, the New York Times website carries two articles on what both appear to be adult shootings.
The fact remains that every year, in every school, in every community, there's danger of school violence.
A tiny town is having a huge impact, schooling the world in how to respond to a nightmare in real time, with real grace, with one heartbeat.
Chardon happened not because an Ohio teenager was so troubled that he became violent. Chardon happened because a troubled, violent Ohio teenager was able to get access to a gun.
The connection between violence and mental disorders is a myth. What's not a myth is the toll that mental health conditions take on our nation.
The tragedy at Chardon could have happened at any high school across the nation. We must understand the factors that can lead to such events and strive to make everybody feel welcome all the time.
A 17-year-old boy was charged with three juvenile counts of aggravated murder on Thursday for the shooting that left three
Prosecutors have said T.J. Lane admitted to the school killings and said he chose his victims at random. By Kim Palmer A
"We just had a shooting at our school. We need to get out of here," said one crying woman, apparently a student. She told
Before he was caught, more people, including the high school's principal, called 911 to report possible sightings of the
The Paremertors, who were holding back tears throughout the interview, said the others killed in the shootings -- Demetrius