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Sixteen Year-Old FL Student Suspended For Disarming Gunman & Saving Students

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mountain_tac

about 1 year ago

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Source: The Thin Blue Line


March 04, 2013


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    SkoolCop

    about 1 year ago

    4532 Comments

    Here is the e-mail link to ths school administration of Cypress Lake High School in Fort Myers, Florida

    http://cyh.leeschools.net/pages/admin.htm

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    SkoolCop

    about 1 year ago

    4532 Comments

    Perhaps the school administration should become familure with Edmund Burke:
    "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

    Had this student and others not responded and had instead done nothing, a homicide would have no doubt taken place. Thank God a few good men stepped up and stopped evil in its tracks.

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    SkoolCop

    about 1 year ago

    4532 Comments

    This has got to be one of the most outragous things that I have ever heard of. The students and parents of these student / heros need to obtain legal counsel and file suit against the school and the school district to have the suspensions overturned and for punitive damages awarded as a result of the suspensions. If there is no doubt that the students saved the life of another by disarming the suspect with a loaded firearm who they believed was in fact going to shoot his intended victim, they should have been lauded as heros.

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    Jonas

    about 1 year ago

    41144 Comments

    If our society understood the 2nd amendment and crime & punishment this stupidity would not exist.

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