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"Then when news of the shooting became public, Jennifer Crumbley texted her son at 1:22 p.m., "Ethan, don’t do it," McDonald said. Fifteen minutes later, James Crumbley called 911 to report a gun missing from his house and that he believed his son might be the shooter, she added. "Further investigation revealed that the Sig Sauer 9mm handgun purchased by James Crumbley was stored unlocked in a drawer in James and Jennifer's bedroom," McDonald said."

So you kid is a bit unstable, the school has called you about it a few times, yet you bring a gun into the house and keep it in an unlocked drawer. But I guess the kid has 2nd amendment rights that make this all ok. YCMTSU.
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X-Post from Bohemmiene on PA: the killer's parents caught one-mile from the Canadian border:
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