How They Do It– ‘There’s a simple explanation for school shootings–It’s the Guns’

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Denver police terrorize high school looking for an absent student

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Community members are horrified after they say police officers conducted a classroom-to-classroom search with guns drawn and interrogated teachers and students in a charter school, all to look for a student who was absent. While the police department released a statement justifying the incident, teachers are claiming that police are lying “to save face.”

“The staff and students were traumatized,” Lucas Ketzer, principal at Rise Up Community School, told the Denver Post as he described the way a group of police officers raided the building in their search for a student who was not in attendance.

Officers stormed the school and began searching the classrooms, and Ketzer said that when a science teacher “told officers they could not search her room without a warrant” they pushed her aside, and entered the classroom where they “pulled students out of their chairs, removed their hats and asked them for their IDs as they searched.”

“When I was sitting in class, they came bursting in, and then they were like in everybody’s faces, like looking at us, and I felt so unsafe,” student Mary Jimenez told Padres & Jóvenes Unidos. She said the officers singled one student out, grabbed him by the arm, and forced him to remove his hat so that they could compare him to the photo of the student they were targeting.

The principal also told the Post that the officers scoured the building with their guns drawn and when a faculty member opened a back door to check for students,multiple officers pointed their guns at her.”

However, when the Denver Police Department released a statement responding to the incident, it claimed that the “officers that were inside, did not draw their weapons at any point during the search for the suspect.”

“On April 24th, 2018, Denver Police officers responded to Rise Up Community School in search of a suspect wanted for attempted first-degree murder-this incident occurred the night before in another metro-area jurisdiction. Officers received information that the suspect was in the school, and given the nature of the allegations, believed the suspect posed a possible threat to students and staff.

When officers arrived, they set up outside of the school to ensure the suspect did not leave the building. Given the imminent and potentially dangerous circumstances, and confirmation from a staff member that the suspect was inside, a warrant was not required to search inside the building for the suspect.”

While the statement claimed that police worked “with the principal to eventually gain access to the building,” and then after the raid, “staff met with the principal to discuss the situation and offered a follow-up meeting,” teachers and faculty members at the school are insisting that the opposite is true.

Ketzer told ABC 7 that police “never told him there was any threat,” and when he told the officers that the student they were looking for was not at the school, they refused to believe him and proceeded to search every classroom in the building.

“Those lies put the safety of 100 students at risk and those lies are meant for them to save face. I want people to be held accountable,” Ketzer said.

The school principal also noted that the majority of the students at Rise Up Community School came to the charter school after they had struggles at other schools, many of which involved bad experiences with police. As a result, Ketzer said he is concerned that being interrogated by officers when they were attempting to learn in school, would only serve to further destroy the students’ trust in police.

Padres & Jóvenes Unidos is condemning the incident and calling it an example of why police should not be given open access to schools. In a statement, the organization called for an investigation and accused the Denver Police Department of choosing “to put students and teachers in harm’s way.”

“After being informed by the administration that the student was not at school, DPD waited approximately fifteen minutes-during which time they conferred with the DPS Department of Safety-before conducting a search. They refused to produce a warrant when asked, and armed officers went from classroom to classroom harassing students and staff. At one point weapons were drawn on a member of the faculty,” the statement said.

Footage of the police raid on the school has yet to be publicly released. If you would like to contact the Denver Police Department to voice your opinion on this incident, call (720) 913-2000 or visit the department’s Facebook page.

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Jewish parents outraged after NY school holds moment of silence for Gaza dead

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10 Killed, 10 Injured in New Texas School Shooting



 


Americans are crazy! Perhaps those leftists are right. Perhaps the government should take all weapons away and ban them like in Europe. Americans say that they need their guns to protect themselves from a future possible oppressive government by taking on the government with their weapons and besides its insured by the US Constitution but besides 1776, have the Americans ever used their weapons? Half of America thought the Obama regime was oppressive, yet the cowards didn’t revolt. Now the other half of America thinks the Trump regime is oppressive yet look, they aren’t using them again. So what’s the point of having guns? To have innocent children slaughtered in schools from time to time by some psycho kid who is on some kind of drugs?

10 people were killed and 10 more injured in a shooting at a high school in Santa Fe, Texas, Friday morning, Texas Governor Greg Abbott confirmed that afternoon.

He called the shooting “one of the most heinous attacks that we’ve ever seen in the history of Texas schools.”

Earlier in the day, police arrested a male believed to be a student at the school in connection with the shooting, and another possible student is being detained as a person of interest. “One is in custody, a second one detained. An injured police officer is being treated, the extent of his injuries are unknown,” Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said in a press briefing Friday morning.

Law enforcement officials later identified their primary suspect as 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis, who is being held without bond on capital murder charges, Galveston County Sheriff Henry Trochesset said later that day. On Friday evening, Pagourtzis was arraigned on capital murder charges, and was denied bail.

Abbott confirmed that “one or two” others are being interviewed regarding the crime.

According to CNN affiliate KTRK, a gunman walked into an art class and began shooting from what looked like a shotgun. Abbott reported that the shooter had a shotgun and a.38 revolver, both of which were legally obtained by his father.

Abbott also confirmed that explosive devices had been found in the shooter’s house and vehicle, saying police had found a Molotov cocktail and a carbon dioxide explosive device. Ensuring the safety of investigators means searching premises with these devices must proceed slowly, he said.

The governor also revealed that the shooter had turned himself in, despite having written in journals about wanting to commit the crime and wanting to commit suicide. He ultimately didn’t have the courage to take his own life, Abbott said.

US President Donald Trump responded to the incident via Twitter.

Speaking during an event at the White House, Trump said that his administration would do everything in its power to stop shootings in US schools and keep firearms out of the hands of people who pose threats.

Earlier in the day, US federal authorities from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) said they were responding to a school shooting in Sante Fe. The school said in an earlier message it was on lockdown following an incident with an active shooter.

The incident in Sante Fe, Texas, is the most recent in a series of deadly shootings at US schools, including a massacre at a high school in southern Florida in February in which a former student killed 17 people with an assault rifle that was purchased legally.

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Cops Raid School, Hold Teacher at Gun Point, Terrify Kids to Look for an Absent Student

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Denver, CO – Community members are horrified after they say police officers conducted a classroom-to-classroom search with guns drawn and interrogated teachers and students in a charter school, all to look for a student who was absent. While the police department released a statement justifying the incident, teachers are claiming that police are lying “to save face.”

The staff and students were traumatized,” Lucas Ketzer, principal at Rise Up Community School, told the Denver Post as he described the way a group of police officers raided the building in their search for a student who was not in attendance.

Officers stormed the school and began searching the classrooms, and Ketzer said that when a science teacher “told officers they could not search her room without a warrant” they pushed her aside, and entered the classroom where they “pulled students out of their chairs, removed their hats and asked them for their IDs as they searched.”

When I was sitting in class, they came bursting in, and then they were like in everybody’s faces, like looking at us, and I felt so unsafe,” student Mary Jimenez told Padres & Jóvenes Unidos. She said the officers singled one student out, grabbed him by the arm, and forced him to remove his hat so that they could compare him to the photo of the student they were targeting.

The principal also told the Post that the officers scoured the building with their guns drawn and when a faculty member opened a back door to check for students, “multiple officers pointed their guns at her.”

However, when the Denver Police Department released a statement responding to the incident, it claimed that the “officers that were inside, did not draw their weapons at any point during the search for the suspect.”

On April 24th, 2018, Denver Police officers responded to Rise Up Community School in search of a suspect wanted for attempted first-degree murder—this incident occurred the night before in another metro-area jurisdiction. Officers received information that the suspect was in the school, and given the nature of the allegations, believed the suspect posed a possible threat to students and staff.

When officers arrived, they set up outside of the school to ensure the suspect did not leave the building. Given the imminent and potentially dangerous circumstances, and confirmation from a staff member that the suspect was inside, a warrant was not required to search inside the building for the suspect.”

While the statement claimed that police worked “with the principal to eventually gain access to the building,” and then after the raid, “staff met with the principal to discuss the situation and offered a follow-up meeting,” teachers and faculty members at the school are insisting that the opposite is true.

Ketzer told ABC 7 that police “never told him there was any threat,” and when he told the officers that the student they were looking for was not at the school, they refused to believe him and proceeded to search every classroom in the building.

Those lies put the safety of 100 students at risk and those lies are meant for them to save face. I want people to be held accountable,” Ketzer said.

The school principal also noted that the majority of the students at Rise Up Community School came to the charter school after they had struggles at other schools, many of which involved bad experiences with police. As a result, Ketzer said he is concerned that being interrogated by officers when they were attempting to learn in school, would only serve to further destroy the students’ trust in police.

Padres & Jóvenes Unidos is condemning the incident and calling it an example of why police should not be given open access to schools. In a statement, the organization called for an investigation and accused the Denver Police Department of choosing to put students and teachers in harm’s way.”

“After being informed by the administration that the student was not at school, DPD waited approximately fifteen minutes—during which time they conferred with the DPS Department of Safety—before conducting a search. They refused to produce a warrant when asked, and armed officers went from classroom to classroom harassing students and staff. At one point weapons were drawn on a member of the faculty,” the statement said.

Footage of the police raid on the school has yet to be publicly released. If you would like to contact the Denver Police Department to voice your opinion on this incident, call (720) 913-2000 or visit the department’s Facebook page.

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Full coverage: Shooting at Santa Fe, Texas, high school; 10 dead

There was another school shooting Friday, this time at Santa Fe High School near Houston, Texas. The shooter, a 17-year-old male who attended the school, is in custody and at least 10 people are dead. We’re closing down our live blog but for the latest updates visit the Yahoo News homepage.

Photos: Shooting at Santa Fe High School in Galveston County, Texas >>>

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At least 10 dead in Santa Fe High School; shooter had multiple guns, bombs

ed note–The usual commentary here for events of this type–

As usual, all discussion and debate will center on– 

A. Less guns…

B. More guns…

or 

C. How this was all just one big, elaborately staged ‘hoax’ where no shooting took place, where no one died, and where crisis actors were used… 

Instead of the discussion that needs to take place, which is the role that Hollywood and the JMSM have DIRECTLY played in turning America into a nation of natural born psychopathic killers with no remorse and no pity as a necessary precursor to utilizing the military might and political muscle of the United States for murdering 2 billion Muslims around the world in Zion’s much planned for ‘Clash of Civilizations’. 

The other usual commentary is as follows–

Get used to it. This type of event is here to stay as long as the American people allow Judea, Inc unfettered, instant, and open access to their minds, hearts and souls.

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At least 10 people died Friday morning in gunfire at Santa Fe High school, law enforcement officials confirmed, while at least a dozen others were injured, according to area hospitals.

Police arrested a student suspect and detained a second person, Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said via Twitter.

The dead are expected to include students and staff, according to a senior law enforcement official who was not authorized to speak about the investigation.

The assailant was armed with an AR-15 style rifle, a pistol, a shotgun and pipe bombs, the official said.

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“Officers inside encountered a bloody mess in the school,” the source said, adding, “Evidently this guy threw pipe bombs all in there. We don’t know if any of them went off.”

The bloodshed 30 miles south of Houston is the worst mass shooting in America since February, when 17 people were gunned down at a high school in Parkland, Florida, according to a database of shootings maintained by the Washington Post.

UPDATE 11:35 a.m.: Galveston County Judge Mark Henry said the first reports of a shooting came in around 7:45 a.m. this morning. He said during a press briefing that “suspected material” has been found off campus and that people should not touch anything that they find that looks suspicious, and should call 911.

11:10 a.m.: The official identified an injured police officer as John Barnes, a former Houston police officer who was retired and working with the school’s police department. He was shot in the shoulder and is not critically wounded, the source said.

11:04 a.m.: Sheriff Gonzalez told reporters the number of dead could rise as high as 10. The suspect is believed to be a student, he said, and most of the dead are students. It is still a “very active” scene at the school, with a bomb squad and police checking to make sure the area is secure, he said.

11 a.m.: Gyl Switzer, executive director of Texas Gun Sense, issued a statement: “Our hearts go out to those affected by today’s shooting at Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe Texas. We Texans love our children. We must do a better job of protecting them. There are proven strategies to reduce senseless gun violence. Today, Texas Gun Sense re-doubles our commitment to stop the killing. Work with us.”

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton earlier issued a statement offering thoughts and prayers.

10:53 a.m.: Yesterday, David Hogg, a student from the Parkland high school that reginited a national conversation on gun control, had a chilling premonition. He said gun violence kept him up at night.

“There is someone alive right now that will not be alive at this time tomorrow and has never even thought about gun violence, but everyone around them will have to for the rest of their lives,” he told reporters at an engagement in Los Angeles.

10:47 a.m.: Tenth grader Dakota Shrader said he heard alarms go off and students exited to a grassy area, waiting for an all-clear as in a normal fire drill. Then he heard three gunshots and screams of “Run! Run!”

Shrader ran as fast as he could to a wooded area, started having an asthma attack and called his mother.

“The world, I just don’t like what it’s becoming,” Shrader said. “Every school shooting, kids getting killed, innocent kids getting killed. No family should have to suffer that just because somebody wants to be selfish and go out and hurt other people. It’s just not right at all.”

10:45 a.m.: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued a statement: “The thoughts and prayers of all Texans are with the people of Santa Fe and those affected by today’s tragic shooting. As horrific reports come out of Santa Fe High School, my office stands ready to assist local law enforcement as needed.”

10:40 a.m.: Trey Lemley, 17, said he was in the school’s first floor art room when a shooter walked in, his sister, Courtney Lemley, 19, said.

Trey dropped his phone and barricaded himself inside one of the room’s two closets, she said. When he left, he saw three bodies and pools of blood.

Courtney and her boyfriend, 19-year-old Austin Evans, graduated from the school last year. They said the art room is located near a main, back exit of the school, and the room itself has an exit that leads to the parking lot.

After being turned away from the school, Courtney and Evans walked to Arcadian First Baptist Church, where Courtney’s mother works.

In the parking lot, National Guardsmen gathered supplies before driving towards the school in a military vehicle. Small groups began to gather in the church’s parking lot, staring at their cell phones and sharing details they heard from friends and from news outlets

10:35 a.m.: The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston has received three patients, the hospital reported on social media. Two are adults and one is under 18.

Clear Lake Regional Medical Center in Webster received seven injured students, a spokeswoman for that facility said. Previous reports that an injured officer was taken there are wrong, she said. Two other injured students were taken to Mainland Medical Center in Texas City, she said.

The conditions of all of the injured are unknown.

EARLIER:

An unidentified law enforcement officer was shot, but sources said he was “clipped” and was not seriously injured.

One source said the gunman was a male, but could provide no further information.

The shooter has been “arrested and secured,” said Santa Fe HS Assistant Principal Dr. Cris Richardson.

Several other students as well as an officer was injured in the shooting.

Joe Gamaldi with the Houston Police Officers Union tweeted, “Please keep the officers in your prayers as one officer is being life flighted to the hospital.”

Students described the gunfire, which broke out about 7:30 a.m.

Junior Liberty Wheeler, 14, was in class when she heard five shots ring out near the art room.

Her teacher told them to run toward the theater department’s storage room, where they hid for 45 minutes before being escorted outside by the SWAT team.

“You could smell the gunpowder that came from the gun,” Wheeler recalled as she was escorted out of the building. “We were all scared because it was near us.”

Paige Curry, a junior at the school, said “I was sitting in my classroom and I heard very loud booms and I didn’t know what they were. I was confused but after I heard screaming, I figured out what they were, got up immediately and started to run. I almost ran out of the school but I hid instead with the other students. I was there for maybe 30 minutes I was on the phone with my mom the whole time. They found us and escorted us.”

“There were a lot of people, a lot of different suits so I wasn’t really sure but I think they were SWAT.”

“I was very, very scared but I managed to keep calm, especially with my mom on the phone.”

“I heard people were hurt and the gunshots were from a classroom maybe three doors down. I heard five [shots] maybe. It was one boom, then another boom very loud. It wasn’t rapid.”

The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is treating two patients, their conditions not yet being disclosed, said spokesman Raul Reyes. He said more patients are expected, including one currently being transported from the branch’s League City hospital.

He said a helicopter with at least one patient is on the way and more ambulances are expected.

Officers in tactical gear were deployed into the school. Outside, groups of students evacuated from the building are being patted down by authorities.

Deputies from the Harris County Sheriff’s Office were sent to assist Galveston County officers on the scene, according to a tweet by HCSO Sheriff Ed Gonzalez.

The ATF also confirmed it responded to the scene.

Richardson said he could not confirm whether there was more than one shooter.

“We hope the worst is over,” he said.

No further information was immediately available.

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Thousands of children in Malawi are learning how to grow food at school

The Malawi Schools Permaculture Clubs, a recipient of the 2018 Lush Spring Prize, provides basic gardening kits and lesson packs to teachers in order to teach valuable agricultural skills.

This past week, TreeHugger was invited to attend the second annual Spring Prize for Social and Environmental Regeneration, hosted by Lush Cosmetics in the UK (read overview here). The first two days were spent at beautiful Emerson College in East Sussex, where the prize winners and other guests gathered for workshops and discussions; the final day was the award ceremony in London.

During this time I spoke with many of the winners to learn more about their projects and why they were selected for the Spring Prize, and over the next few weeks I will share these stories on TreeHugger. I came away from the event feeling inspired and hopeful. These projects are all fighting to create a world that’s more resilient, self-sustaining, and nourishing, and thanks to the Lush Spring Prize, that fight has become a bit easier.

One could say the Malawi Schools Permaculture Clubs started almost by accident. In 2015, a single school in the Nkhata Bay district of northern Malawi decided to teach kids how to grow food, so it launched a gardening program. The program did so well, engaging the children and piquing the curiosity of their parents, that an end-of-year open day resulted in four more schools begging to join. Since then an additional five schools have joined, and Malawi Schools Permaculture Clubs is poised on a verge of national expansion!

Well, not exactly, but if founder Josie Redmonds has her way, it will be soon. Redmonds, who attended the Lush Spring Prize on behalf of her organization to collect a Young Projects Award (worth £20,000), spoke with TreeHugger about why Malawi is such a good place for a permaculture gardening project:

“Malawi has the potential of sustainability. It’s still got community, people are still on the land, there’s not a lot of government involvement, so you actually have a space for change, in a way.”

Malawi School Clubs© Malawi Schools Permaculture Clubs (via Facebook)

Malawians, however, are always told they are poor — and they are when wealth is measured only in terms of GDP. Sadly this means that they, too, have begun to view themselves as poor. But as Redmonds told me, they may be “monetarily poor, but banana rich. Mango rich. Avocado rich.” There is water, the climate is great, plants grow when tended. “Malawi is rich with things and resources, but not money; and yet they have everything they need, if they knew it.”

The Permaculture Clubs are self-selecting, meaning that the schools, all of which are locally-run (not by NGOs), choose to participate if they want. Once they do, they receive a very basic gardening kit that consists of a few tools, some trees, seeds (right now they’re “crappy hybrid seeds” but Redmonds hopes to get some nice organic ones soon), and stationery to allow teachers to write lessons on paper flip charts. There is no monetary benefit to participation, which sets it apart from the countless handouts from charities that set up shop in Malawi and fuel what Redmonds describes as “a real culture of expecting things.”

Redmonds creates lesson packs that provide the framework for teaching, and then schools are left to take their Permaculture Club in whatever direction they want. The different results have been very interesting to see, Redmonds said. Some schools have focused more on the theory, while others have transformed their school grounds within a year, going from bare earth to fruit trees and lush banana plants.

The Lush Spring Prize will go toward printing more detailed lesson packs that will allow the curriculum to expand to five satellite locations across Malawi (hence the “national expansion” I mentioned earlier), organizing teachers’ meetings twice a term, and, of course, assembling more gardening kits. The money, Redmonds said, “takes the weight off. We know we can provide what we said we would [to other schools in Malawi], and develop it further.”

Malawi Permaculture Clubs© K Martinko — Josie Redmonds (right) accepts the Lush Young Projects Award in London on May 16, 2018.

The project is a wonderful example of tremendous change being driven by minimal material inputs. The main benefit of this project is knowledge, Redmonds said. “When people ask, ‘What’s in it for me?’, we say ‘knowledge’.” This is knowledge that the students’ ancestors had, but recently it has been superseded by advertising and a different way of life. Fortunately, in Malawi, it’s not too late to reclaim that agricultural knowledge, and Redmonds is on an admirable mission to ensure that happens.

To learn more about the Malawi Schools Permaculture Clubs, visit their Facebook page or the Lush Spring Prize page.

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Texas school on lockdown amid reports of active shooter (WATCH LIVE)

Images from the scene show the extent of the police presence, with students lined up outside the premises.

Speaking to reporters on the scene, Assistant Principal Dr Cris Richardson confirmed that one person had been arrested and is in custody. However, she could not confirm any casualties.

Galveston County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) have confirmed that their officers are responding to the incident.

There has been no official confirmation of injuries in the incident, but one local media outlet is reporting that at least one person has been shot in the leg.

Speaking to ABC 13, student Leila Butler said that at 7:45am the school fire alarms went off and students fled their classrooms. She says that some fellow students reported hearing shots.

DETAILS TO FOLLOW

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Los Angeles Kings High School Hockey League promote 2018-19 tryouts

The Los Angeles Kings are promoting tryouts for the Los Angeles Kings High School Hockey League for the 2018-19 hockey season. There are currently eight teams in the league and each team also has a junior varsity team. The teams are the East County Outlaws, South Bay Stingrays, the Newbury Park Panthers, the Kern County Knights, the El Segundo Strikers, the Burbank Cougars, the Santa Barbara Royals and the West Ranch Wildcats. 

The tryouts will take place from May 29-31, June 3-7 and on June 10. The rinks that will be used for the tryouts are Iceoplex Simi Valley, Lakewood Ice, the Bakersfield Ice Center, the Toyota Sports Center, the Pickwick Ice Arena, Ice in Paradise and Ice Station Valencia. 

There will also be three clinics prior to the tryouts. The Wildcats will have a clinic at the Ice Station Valencia on May 20 at 11:45 am. The Outlaws will have a clinic at the Iceoplex Simi Valley on May 22 at 7:30 pm and the Panthers will have a clinic at the Iceoplex Simi Valley on May 23 at 7:45 pm. 

Please note that this season all teams will be determined based on where players attend high school. To determine the district you are a part of, please click here. To register for the tryouts, please click here.  

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