By Red Pill  |  05-19-2018   News
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Breaking news coming out of Clayton County, Georgia where multiple people have been shot at a graduation ceremony got Mt. Zion High School outside of Atlanta.

Police say that at least two female victims have been reported as shot, with one additional victim deceased, outside of the graduation ceremony, which was being held directly across the street from the Clayton County Performing Arts Center.

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A major police presence is reported outside of the event with law enforcement agencies and SWAT teams from surrounding communities rushing to assistance alongside emergency medical responders.

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Nearby businesses and homes are being told to remain indoors with all doors and windows locked until given an all-clear by the Clayton County Police Department, who reported if have at least fifteen squad cars on the scene.

As of this time, it remains unknown as to whether a suspect is in custody, but the Clayton County Fire Department has said two women were shot, one in the leg and another female was shot multiple times in the chest. The woman who was shot in the chest has died, as social media reports confirm.

This is a breaking story, we will update with details as soon as they're made available.

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https://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/clayton-county/police-multiple-people-shot-at-high-school-in-clayton-county/752279092

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Anonymous No. 26466 1526703348

This is a depressing news. We can't give people weapons that have the capacity to take lives. And tougher security measures should be excercised at all schools and colleges.

Anonymous No. 26469 1526705594

Red Pill is a faggot

Anonymous No. 26474 1526706709

Guns aren't the problem. It's the culture. Think about it: There are plenty of ways to kill people. Anyone driving to work could easily turn their wheel a few inches and go on a rampage. It's so easy, but they don't. And that's because it's not in our culture. But right now, teenage shooters are. The issue wasn't nearly as prominent as before, which is why there were less shootings even though we had the same exact laws back then! "Teenage shooters" have entered into our culture for the time being. It's a culture problem that needs to be fixed with awareness, support, education, and the combined effort of the entire community.

It's the culture that needs to be fixed, not the laws. This is only happening because of copycats. Change the culture with public and government support, support and promote mental health/therapy/counseling on campuses. And if car rampages were to enter our culture, then the community should focus on that in exactly the same way. It's about proper education. Fix the culture that right now says "This is normal" using the ways mentioned previously, by doing that (changing people's mindsets) and you fix the problem.

Anonymous No. 26487 1526713957

I’m glad someone posted your article to the GreatAwakening Reddit. I live less than a mile from the incident. I heard numerous sirens and the helicopter, but I assumed they were for a major accident on the interstate highway which occurs far too often.

This is a classic example of why gun free zones only work to the advantage of criminals. All the decent people leave them at home. I personally avoid gun free zones since they are the most dangerous places to be and I am not welcome as a concealed carry participant.

The problem is a government problem that has led to a lack of morals. Thank you Jimmy Carter for creating the Department of Education that led to banning prayer in school that led to taking religion completely out of education. When religion is banned from education, morals suffer since the foundation of morals is religious. As an example, when I was in high school in the early 1960’s, students brought guns to school for shooting class. No one ever shot anyone. We had morals and actually prayed in school.

At some point hopefully, people will wake up to the fact that governments create problems, not solutions, less government means less problems.

Anonymous No. 26493 1526720574

When parents toss a Xbox or PS at a kid with shoot-em up games, this is the results if the child/teen is somewhat already unbalanced.

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