At least one student was shot at Price Middle School in Atlanta this morning.
FOX News reported the shooter, a student at the school, was in police custody. A teacher was trampled by students trying to get out of the way.
Reuters reported:

At least one person as wounded on Thursday in a shooting at Price Middle School in southeast Atlanta, local media reports said.

MyFoxAtlanta.com said three suspects were in custody and the school was on lockdown after the shooting, which left two wounded including a 14-year-old.

Police outside the school declined to confirm the shooting to Reuters or to anxious parents gathered behind crime scene tape, and further details were not immediately available.

The 14 year-old victim is alert and speaking to officials at the hospital.

 

 

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  1. Nelle, how much more “restricted” can prisoners be? And they STILL manage to kill each other. Short of putting everyone in individual cells, there is no way to stop one human being from killing another, except to get to the bottom of WHY they want to do it in the first place.

    Of course, we will never completely eliminate violence. It’s part of the human condition. Some people are just sick … but we CAN do something about the culture of glorified violence we’re exposing our kids to every day. If people would just be willing to abandon a few almighty dollars and start producing a more socially responsible environment for our youth instead of feeding their blood lust with a steady stream of violence, we might be able to prevent some of this nonsense …

    Personally, I find it ironic that liberals are the worst offenders when it comes to producing this violent content, yet they seem to be the ones who are the most outraged by these tragedies, and least willing to take any responsibility for them. God forbid anyone dares to limit their “free speech” by asking them to tone it down a bit for the sake of our children, right? Quentin Tarantino was very quick to deny that HIS movies had ANYTHING to do with the senseless violence we’re seeing in America today. As long as that attitude persists, so will the violence.

  2. Our politicians need to know that the blood of America’s children will be on their hands if they keep pushing band-aids like gun control and fail to address the root causes of this violence in a rational, effective way.

    And what would you suggest they do?

  3. Yup, here they come Mad Hatter … spewing their usual nonsense. Ignore them …

  4. @ 15

    Oh, look. Anthony Weiner’s ball-washer is back.

    Ban this leftist punk already.

  5. I love watching the libs come on hear and troll and act like they have an ounce of intelligence. If only we all could be so blessed. Yeah not so much.

  6. ++

    January 28, 2013

    ‘The Problem Is Not Gun Laws’: Watch the Emotional Speech
    by a Sandy Hook Victim’s Dad That Got a Standing Ovation..

    [The grieving father, who ended up receiving a standing ovation, said
    that he believes in “simple, few gun laws” and that there are already
    “more than enough on the books.” Mattioli contends that “the problem
    is not gun laws” and that these regulations simply need to be enforced.

    “How do we expect to have any impact on a society and say, ‘We’re
    going to pass a law. Hey this is inexcusable. We can’t allow any more
    of this. Let’s pass a law that will change the course of the future’
    when we don’t enforce the laws that we have on the books — the
    most important laws?,” he asked.]

    Amen..

    ==

  7. I love watching the “genius” libs come on hear and troll and act like they have an ounce of intelligence. If only we all could be so blessed. Yeah not so much.

  8. Just think, 14 year old, shot by a fellow student. Pobably 14 years old. I.e. Illegal to posess any type of fire arm. And fienstones bill is going to stop this how?

  9. Shadow, go soak your head. I’ve offered plenty of RATIONAL suggestions. Read #8, read #22 … yet all you seem able to do is demean and insult me. I’m not a politician, nor am I a civic leader, but I do know that allowing dimwits like you to trample the Constitution in a knee-jerk reaction to these tragedies is no way to solve this problem. It simply makes no sense to trample the rights of one group of people to protect those of another….

  10. Where were the police to arrest the young law breaker before it shot some one?
    The libtards say the police will protect you.

  11. #jharp
    i f i had an m1a2 abrahms tank, i’d be looking for your house first…dumbass. save your worthless, ridiculous comments for your local circle jerk

  12. I love watching the “genius” libs come on hear(sic)

    I’ll bet you do.

  13. Why hasn’t GP reported anything on the hostage situation here in Alabama? (My apologies if there was an earlier post about it; I didn’t see one.)

    -Cactus, using a fake email because of the “other people’s info showing up” problem

  14. ++

    Mad Hatter #16 January 31, 2013 at 3:19 pm

    THE GUN RUSE

    re: Dianne Feinstein

    ht Redwine

    “I know the urge to arm yourself because that’s what I did”

    [Senator Dianne Feinstein (D - CA), author of the 1994 Assault
    Weapons Ban, is leading the charge on Capitol Hill to bring back
    the legislation since it expired in 2004.]

    a False Assault on Assault Weapons :aka: Machine Guns Still Illegal

    [In fact, machine guns have been tightly regulated since the passage of the National Firearms Act in 1934, in the wake of the gangster era. Legal ownership of a machine gun requires an extensive federal background check, fingerprinting, signed clearance from the chief of local law enforcement (such as a county sheriff), a $200 excise tax, and weeks of paperwork. That was true before the assault-weapon ban was enacted in 1994, and it remains true with the expiration of the ban at midnight Sept. 13, 2004.

    That's made clear in a question-and-answer document posted Sept.
    13 on the Web site of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and
    Explosives (ATF), explaining the effect of the expiration of the assault
    -weapon ban:

    ATF: All provisions of the National Firearms Act (NFA) relating
    to registration and transfer of machine guns . . . still apply.

    The fully automatic version of the AK47 -- pictured and described
    in the ad -- remains just as illegal as it was before the ban expired.

    [..]

    But it is also a fact that Bush was publicly committed to sign
    an extension if Congress passed it, and it was Congress that
    failed to do so
    .]

    Senators Schumer and Feinstein Pack Heat and much more..

    ==

  15. ++

    re: bg #35 January 31, 2013 at 3:53 pm

    NOT Granny

    GP, your tech is still fouling things up, i’m not Stephania,
    etc, and albeit i’m a granny, i am NOT that Granny.. :D

    ==

  16. yet all you seem able to do is demean and insult me.

    There was nothing demeaning nor insulting in my response. I didn’t tell you to soak your head. I didn’t call you a dimwit. I asked a serious question. If you are going to hold elected officials resposible for their inaction, what action would you like them to take.

    As for #8 and #22, you place the blame on society, the culture of violence, and all the usual suspects, but you are short of actual solutions.

    #8 – I’m not sure exactly what the solution is

    #22 – [if] people would just be willing to abandon a few almighty dollars and start producing a more socially responsible environment

    I’m not sure how that involves elected officials.

  17. ++

    bg #35

    NOT GRANNY

    ==

  18. The local news hyped the heck out of this likely gang-related shooting. The area is awful, the school is awful. The parents acted awfully. Of course, I’d be upset at the way the police handled it also, but they are in a no win situation.

  19. Minors are not allowed to have guns. How could there be a shooting by a minor especially at a skrool that is, in all likihood, designated a gun free zone? Why is it that those who commit crimes ignore the laws?

  20. In fact, machine guns have been tightly regulated since the passage of the National Firearms Act in 1934,

    So how is/was that constitutional?



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