Thursday, February 14, 2019

Tragedy: Kansas City High School Killing Feels 'Normal' According To Student

Neither the young lady who was killed nor the student quoted in this important article deserve blame . . . This story is an entire COMMUNITY FAILING this student body despite expectations of "excellence" in the school's moniker. Read more:

After Teen Was Killed Near A Kansas City High School, One Student Says It Just Feels Normal

On Tuesday night, 15-year-old An'Janique Wright was shot and killed outside of Central Academy of Excellence during a basketball game. Two women have been charged with her murder. Though Wright was not a student at Central, her killing hit hard - especially because this week marks one year after 17 teenagers were killed in a mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, you raise an inner city of ignorant gangster thugs and then we're supposed to be surprised and outraged when they act like ignorant gangster thugs?

Anonymous said...

It’s not an act

Anonymous said...

Just read the full document on the charges against Jamya Norfleet. Horrifying...

https://www.jacksoncountyprosecutor.com/DocumentCenter/View/1139/NorfleectMcMillon_redacted_Redacted

Anonymous said...

And now the mother is blaming the school district.

Anonymous said...

Many
Lame
Kids