Green Hill School Inmate Charged as Adult for Violent Assault on Staff Members

Chehalis, Washington – A 17-year-old Green Hill School inmate faces serious charges in Lewis County Superior Court after allegedly carrying out a violent assault on a female staff member on June 13. The incident involved the theft of her keys, multiple strikes resulting in significant bodily harm, and subsequent attacks on another staff member and … Read more

Assault Charges Filed Against 17-Year-Old Green Hill School Inmate in Violent Attack

Chehalis, Washington – A 17-year-old inmate at Green Hill School in Chehalis, Washington has been charged as an adult in Lewis County Superior Court for a violent assault on a female staff member. The incident, which occurred on June 13, involved the inmate stealing the staff member’s keys, striking her multiple times, causing substantial bodily … Read more

Violent Attack Sparks Outrage at North Penn School Board Meeting

LANSDALE, Pa. – A North Penn School Board meeting in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, drew a large crowd of concerned students and parents seeking answers in the wake of a violent attack on a student. Emotions ran high as community members demanded accountability and action from school officials. The meeting, which took place on Tuesday evening, was … Read more

Brain Donation Offered by US School Shooter in Wake of “Deadliest” Mass Shooting

Parkland, Florida – The perpetrator of the 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where 17 students and staff were tragically killed, has made the decision to donate his brain to science. This agreement to donate his brain, considered one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history, was confirmed by authorities. The … Read more

Demolition Complete: School Building from Parkland Shooting Finally Gone

Parkland, Florida – The demolition of the 1200 building at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School marks a significant milestone in the aftermath of the tragic 2018 massacre that claimed the lives of 17 students and staff members. The building, which was the site of the school shooting that also left 17 others injured, has now … Read more

Copyright ruling restricts public access to Nashville school shooter’s writings, judge says

Nashville, Tennessee – A judge ruled that the public does not have the right to read the writings of the Nashville school shooter due to copyright protection. The decision comes after a request was made to unseal the writings by various media organizations. The writings in question were by a teenage student who opened fire … Read more

Writings of Nashville school shooter to remain private due to copyright, judge rules

NASHVILLE, Tennessee – A judge in Nashville has ruled that the writings of the school shooter cannot be released due to copyright claims from the victims’ families. The decision has sparked a debate over the balance between freedom of information and the rights of those affected by such tragic events. The shooter’s writings, which were … Read more

Nashville School Shooter’s Writings Denied Release by Judge

NASHVILLE, Tennessee – A judge has denied requests to make public the writings of a teenager accused in a Nashville school shooting. The 17-year-old suspect, who had been charged with homicide in the death of a 14-year-old student, wrote about killing people in his personal journal. The ruling came after arguments from media organizations seeking … Read more

School Shooting Lawsuit Victory: Judge Rules Writings of Covenant Mom’s Son Cannot Be Released

Nashville, Tennessee – A judge recently ruled that the writings of the shooter responsible for the tragic events at Nashville’s Covenant School, where three adults and three children lost their lives, will not be made public. This decision was a victory for the families of the victims, who expressed concerns that releasing the records could … Read more

Judge Rules Covenant School Parents Hold Copyright to School Shooting Documents

Nashville, Tenn. – A ruling declared on Thursday, July 5, 2024, has prohibited the release of writings by the individual responsible for a tragic shooting at The Covenant School in Nashville, which claimed the lives of three 9-year-olds and three adults. Chancellor I’Ashea L. Myles presided over the decision in a status hearing, which involved … Read more