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  1. You idiots do realize Heroin is an opioid and is included in opioid overdose numbers. Addiction has no boundaries, social class or race. It's effects peoples of all colors, religion, races and socio economic status.
  2. FLIR Black Hornet... I want one
  3. Amazing and in such a short amount of time..🤯
  4. Same exact chalk only difference is the one on the left is sold at target and the one on the right at a college book store. WFT!
  5. I am surprised he cares so much about 3 future God fearing Christian gun toting hillbilly rednecks in Tennessee to be honest.. but of course we know he doesn't really it's just more political drama from him.
  6. pretty much everyone on here thinks the same about you.. keep pointing fingers
  7. Misleading Washington Post headline there champ. They are including all shootings with most of them being between students or student being shot on campus by gang or neighborhood rivals. The stats correlate with what is happening on the streets. Crazy person going into the school shooting up the place is a very small portion of the 93 shootings This is where the data came from for that WP headline and story if you had bothered to read it WASHINGTON (June 28, 2022)—There were a total of 93 school shootings with casualties at public and private elementary and secondary schools during the 2020–21 school year, more than in any other year since data collection began, according to the Report on Indicators of School Crime and Safety: 2021. The annual report released today by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), within the U.S. Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences (IES), also shows that cyberbullying in public schools increased to 16 percent in 2019–20, versus 8 percent in 2009–10. "Although the rate of nonfatal violent victimization at school for 12- to 18-year-olds was lower in 2019 than in 2009, there were more school shootings with casualties in 2021 than in any other year since data collection began in the early 2000's, increasing from 11 in 2009 to 93 in 2021" said NCES Commissioner Peggy G. Carr. "While the lasting impact of these crime and safety issues cannot be measured in statistics alone, these data are valuable to the efforts of our policymakers, school officials, and community members to identify and implement preventive and responsive measures." In the 2020–21 school year, the total of school shooting casualties included 43 school shootings with deaths and 50 school shootings with injuries only. According to the report, school shootings are defined as incidents in which a gun is brandished or fired on school property. During the coronavirus pandemic, "school shootings" also included those that happened on school property during remote instruction.
  8. Approx 3500 kids die each year due to texting and driving..Either them or the driver doing it Probably should outlaw smart phones. The world would be better off for it.. IMO
  9. https://www.city-journal.org/school-shootings-horrific-but-statistically-rare “There is not an epidemic of mass shootings,” says James Alan Fox, a criminologist at Northeastern University who has been tracking these events for decades and helps keep the AP/USA Today/Northeastern Mass Killing database. “What’s increasing and is out of control is the epidemic of fear.” As Fox notes, the annual odds that an American child will die in a mass shooting at school are nearly 10 million to 1, about the odds of being killed by lightning or of dying in an earthquake. Those are also about the same odds that any American will die in a mass public shooting like the recent one in Buffalo. Such numbers, of course, are no consolation to the grieving parents and families in Uvalde and Buffalo, but neither is the frenzy to manipulate these tragedies for ratings and political gain.
  10. This site seems to be keeping a factual account as things are known without the hyperbole and social media bullshit. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/crime/audrey-hale-nashville-shooting-manifesto-video-b2310077.html
  11. Because it had nothing to do with hate or hate groups...her reasons were personal This is just a very strange case with a one off killer unlike any others. Very interesting though what might have been going on in this girls head.
  12. stop making shit up. About 1,730,000 results (0.92 seconds) No results found for Texas Governor greg abbott "we are all heartbroken over 19 children being slaughtered at school in my state, but what about Chicago".
  13. Philadelphia https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/teen-shot/3534018/ https://www.cbsnews.com/news/shooting-philadelphia-strawberry-mansion-2-year-old/ 182 kids shot in Philly 2022.. This is everyday shit Baltimore, Detroit, New York, LA, St Louis, Little Rock, Wilmington............. Doesn't matter to Red Zone though these kids are the wrong color and don't matter
  14. Or setting off a homemade bomb which would would likely be the next method if the psycho couldn't get their hands on a gun. Or maybe they get a crossbow.. how about enabling teachers and society to identify personality disorders and sociopathic tendencies to step in and get these people help before they snap.
  15. Right but banning guns or certain guns would just increase the black market for those weapons. We can't keep drugs or anything else out of this country. Any such laws passed would just be mind fuckery for the voters thinking they are doing something but the reality is the guns will get into the hands of bad actors no matter what laws they pass..massive waste of time and not going to happen anyway. Guns aren't the problem people are. Fix the people fix the problem
  16. There is no such thing as gun violence just violent people with guns. The same peoples without the guns would still be violent but use a different weapon.
  17. anyone who votes a certain way over just one issue should not vote at all
  18. eh the way things are heading we will be back to this in no time
  19. I don't think there has been any evidence (public) that this deal is linked to any of that. People are just running hog wild with it to push whatever agenda they got. Seems as though she just wanted to die and something happened at that school that she felt needed some revenge before dying. The manifesto should tell the story and will be interesting to see what is in that. Have to wait until after the police psychiatrist read and analyze it first though. It should peal the onion as to what this girls issue was.
  20. There can be a lot that can be discerned from someone's artwork. Two very distinctly different styles. Some looks like it comes from the mind of a very young female child and the other from an angry boy. The guns were obviously Aiden's not Audrey's.
  21. It is possible that Aiden could be more of an alter personality than your regular transgender situation. Saw reports of this girl may be on the autism spectrum and some autistic are susceptible to dissociative identity disorder particularly if trauma is introduced. Maybe something happened at that school that created Aiden? Me just wondering here but certainly something happened there in his/her past that triggered the attack. In my opinion https://www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk/blog/living-autism-and-dissociative-identity-disorder-my-journey-so-far
  22. Wilmington and New Castle Delaware too.. "Biden Country" SMH New Castle County Police drtonpoSes084l10l75g0lauhtmg1a2llu0212tll50243f0m9l285ll73ch · FIVE JUVENILES ARRESTED FOR SHOOTING AT POLICE OFFICER DURING STOLEN MOTOR VEHICLE INVESTIGATION – NEW CASTLE (New Castle, DE 19720) Detectives from the New Castle County Division of Police have arrested five juveniles from Wilmington in reference to them shooting at a police officer during a stolen motor vehicle investigation. On Saturday, March 18, 2023, at 10:15 p.m. officers from the Special Operations Section were conducting proactive patrol along the route 9 corridor – New Castle. An officer operating an unmarked police vehicle spotted a stolen 2018 Honda Accord and began to follow the vehicle allowing time for additional officers to respond to the area. The officer continued to follow the motor vehicle into the community of Dunleith onto Hastie Drive. After the stolen vehicle turned onto Hastie Drive and without warning, occupants exited the car and fired multiple gunshots into the officer’s vehicle nearly striking him. Although the officer’s vehicle was struck multiple times, the officer was able to flee from the area. The officer requested assistance while providing additional suspect information. Additional units arrived at the scene and pursued the vehicle into the city of Wilmington however, the suspects were able to get away. Soon after, officers with the Wilmington Police Department located the stolen vehicle and pursued the suspects however, they lost sight of the vehicle. On Sunday, March 19, 2023, officers located the stolen vehicle parked and unoccupied in the community of Cedar Tree Apartments – Wilmington. Detectives and assisting officers continued their investigation of the incident and were ultimately able to identify five suspects involved with the shooting. With the assistance of the New Castle County Division of Police Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT), the United States Marshals Task Force, the New Castle County Divison of Police Special Investigations Squad, and the Wilmington Police Department, all five suspects were taken into custody. The suspects were identified as: A 17-year-old male from Wilmington A 17-year-old male from Wilmington A 16-year-old male from Wilmington A 15-year-old male from Wilmington A 14-year-old male from Wilmington All five suspects were charged with attempted murder in the first degree, conspiracy in the first degree, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, and possession of a firearm by a person prohibited. They were arraigned by New Castle County Family Court and committed to the New Castle County Detention Center. Evidence developed in this investigation further led to the recovery of five stolen motor vehicles and two firearms. Colonel Joseph Bloch, Chief of the New Castle County Division of Police said the following about juvenile offenders carrying firearms, “The number of young people who knowingly engage in violent crimes involving firearms is staggering. More and more, our officers are apprehending juveniles who choose to be involved in crimes where guns are being used to do harm to the citizens of our County. The members of the Division remain committed to thoroughly investigating these crimes and seeing to it that these offenders are prosecuted to the fullest extent that the law allows.” This remains an active and ongoing investigation. Any individual with information related to this incident is asked to please contact Detective Sergeant Charles Levy via email at Charles.levy@newcastlede.gov or by telephone at (302)395-8110
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