Earlier this week it happened again. We don't know all the details, but what we do know is this. A young man named T.J. Lane walked into high school—here in my home state of Ohio—approached a table full of kids and started shooting.
By the time the smoke cleared, three kids were dead. Three tragedies of unfulfilled dreams, unrealized potential, and abrogated Constitutional rights to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness," their "general welfare" not protected by the state.
T.J. Lane, the 17-year-old who is being accused of killing three of his fellow students earlier this week at Chardon High School, has been charged with three juvenile counts of aggravated murder. The grave crime had many people call... Read Post
A gunman at Chardon High School in Ohio opened fire Monday on students with a.22-caliber handgun, which he had stowed in his handbag. Two students were fatally shot and three others were injured. It is unclear how T.J. Lane, 17, who... Read Post