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Molley Hudgens: Tennessee School Counselor Stops 14-Year-Old Gunman From Opening Fire At School

A Tennessee counselor Molly Hudgens on Wednesday morning stopped a 14-year-old student who had planned “to kill some teachers and a police officer and not students,” CNN is reporting. Hudgens, a counselor at Sycamore Middle School in Ashland City, Tennessee said the young student came into her office with a gun and with plenty on... Read more » Molley Hudgens: Tennessee School Counselor S
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