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And, yes, I do remember that LV situation.


What Is Going On! Crazy.

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Why hide it though? (I don't doubt it, I watched clips of student interviews after you posted this morning.)

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And this truth will never see the light of day? The fact-hiding and the collusion to make it happen must be HUGE, gargantuan. It's really dismaying.

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Imagine being the police and you have to find another suspect,

do you think that that investigation goes easier if the suspect thinks the police aren't looking for him or if the suspect knows the cops are looking for him?

If the police don't announce everything they know to the media and all our face book friends , the suspect gets "comfortable" believing he has successfully thwarted the police and is easier to catch.

My brother is a cop and has been part of several ugly "news makers", the feds have never swept in and told them what to do or say.

The police don't tell the public everything on purpose, but that doesn't mean it is for evil reasons, that is hard to understand in this "information age", when everyone thinks they have a "right to know", but that right to know often gets in the way and even disrupts the police ability to capture the suspect,

Remember "loose lips sink ships"...loose lips also sink Police investigations....

Just because the news clips dont' say the things the locals know, doesn't mean that this is now in the hands of evil, it could mean that they are doing their job as well as they can, and leaving some things out of the news helps them to catch the next person...

And face book is a rumor mill btw and has helped ruin more investigations by well intended persons than it has helped....

Now I have no reason to doubt anyone's friends, what they have said may be true, probably is true, and I also think that evil likes to use these things for it's own evil purposes, and will use this as best it can to disarm the American people, but we should be careful while we connect dots to not throw good hard working honest and many times Christian people under the bus.

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On another note, maybe if the FBI had listened to a couple people who made them aware of the boy; we'd have 17 students alive. I guess they were too busy stirring up the Russia/DT narrative. The director needs to be fired. Now that the parents know that the FBI ignored two separate people who thought that he should be investigated; they should sue. If I were a parent, I'd already have my lawyer.

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Excellent article

Newt Gingrich: After the Florida shootings, here's a practical proposal to protect our children

The current strategies of responding to a violent threat by either freezing students in place or accelerating student evacuation both carry seeds of disaster. Freezing the students in place simply sets them up to be killed methodically by a brutal, evil or mentally ill person. Having them flee may lead them to run right into the path of the killer.

In “Day of Wrath,” a novel by Bill Forstchen, there is a vivid description of how dangerous our current school policies are in setting up the innocent to be killed. In this stunning depiction of a methodical radical Islamist assault targeting American schools, the moral and intellectual dead-end of the current policies is made clear.

America is not going to become gun-free. Firearm-specific bans, such as bans on semi-automatic rifles, won’t have an impact because the majority of mass shootings in the United States are committed with semi-automatic handguns.

In fact, the deadliest school shooting in our history, in April 2007 at Virginia Tech, was committed with handguns. Therefore, the danger of evil, insane or politically-religiously motivated people killing the innocent will remain.

Mental health-focused “solutions” are incompatible with civil liberties. America is not going to adopt laws to apprehend or restrict every person who might become dangerous. That would trap hundreds or even thousands of innocent people to try to stop the few truly deranged, dangerous people. Each killer’s threat is much more obvious after the killings.

After each wave of killings, we wring our hands, say strong words and do little.

The fact is, evil people with guns must be stopped by good people with guns.

Furthermore, the faster good people can respond, the fewer innocent people will be killed.

Every school in America should have several teachers and administrators trained in firearms who are permitted to carry concealed weapons. The number of these “protectors of the innocent” in each school should be determined by the number of students.

Agreeing to serve in this role might be encouraged with an appropriate monthly stipend. After all, in Georgia, teachers who agree to serve as coaches are paid stipends ranging from $150 to as much as $400 (and sometimes more for large football programs). Surely, we can afford to provide this type of incentive to people who want to help protect our children.

Because these protectors would have concealed weapons and not be in uniform, would-be killers would have no idea who might be capable of ending their threat by ending them.

This idea is the same principle behind the Federal Air Marshal Service, which was rapidly expanded after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The marshals provide countervailing force to stop terrorists.

Furthermore, because air marshals are unidentifiable (they wear plain clothes and their weapons are concealed), would-be terrorists don’t have a target to attack first.

If we are really serious about protecting our children, we must have trained and equipped protectors prepared to handle this type of situation whenever there are school activities. The Parkland school had an armed officer assigned to the campus, but the officer never encountered the shooter and was not able to respond in time.

Dramatically increasing the presence of uniformed, visibly-armed security guards, however, might create an environment ill-suited for learning.

Instead, teachers and administrators serving as protectors could complement and support the dedicated officer or security personnel who are already serving in many schools.

This combination of using uniformed police officers to handle standard school security challenges – while also having responsible adult protectors who are already going to be working in the school prepared to provide additional force in the case of a catastrophic emergency, like a mass shooting – is the most effective and practical way to protect our children.


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