“an involuntary commitment would also have been a high obstacle if not a complete barrier to legally obtaining a firearm”
“If he survives this, morale will never be the same.”
“…the sheriff’s office has faced intense scrutiny for its response to the Feb. 14 shooting”
“Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, a Democrat, stretched out on the sidewalk as part of a ‘lie-in’ with students…”
“I think we have shots fired, possible shots fired —1200 building.”
“Anthony has undergone several surgeries but remains unable to walk and perform ‘rudimentary’ tasks…”
The last in a long string of them.
To a point, maybe.
“March For Our Lives organizers were planning their rally away from federal land…”
“This killer was a well-known danger … People saw something. And people said something.”
“Wasserman Schultz…advised them on communication strategy.”
“We felt we needed to do something.”
“He was pointing his gun at nothing … He never did anything, for four minutes.”
“I really believe I’d run in there even if I didn’t have a weapon.”
Only if you think doing nothing while kids are shot makes him a “good guy.”
“Why was he hiding outside? It just makes no sense to me whatsoever.”
“…not one of them had gone into the school.”
“I know he’s—he’s going to explode.”
“Sick to my stomach. He never went in.”
He showed up.