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My School Shooting

It was an equal tragedy that the authorities weren’t held responsible

my school shooting
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I remember when they got him. Our local sheriff marched him through the hallway as if showing off a prized fish he’d pulled out of the river, or a trophy buck he’d just slain. The rest of the student body lined the walls next to their lockers watching and wondering. We were nervous, fearful that somehow they might…




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