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Texas School Shooter Released on Bond

Texas School Shooter Released on Bond

This last Wednesday, October 6, 2021, an eighteen year old man opened fire with a .45 caliber handgun at a high school in Texas.  He was released the next day on a $75k bond.

Two days later, the plot thickens as the suspect's family has come out and stated that their child was being bullied.  Claims of self-defense arise.  Claims that he had been robbed at school.  Claims that the victim was bullying him.  The victim is in ICU fighting for his life.

Hmm.  Reminds me of another case of self-defense from last year.  Kyle Rittenhouse ring a bell?  There was so much video and eye witness testimony to the fact, the fact, that Kyle Rittenhouse was clearly defending himself from being hit with deadly items, shot, and having his rifle taken from him.  Tons of footage.  Yet, Kyle was sapped into jail and held on a one million dollar bail.  One million dollars vs. seventy-five thousand dollars.  And Wednesday's suspect took his gun to a school.  Isn't there federal laws against that?

What the hell is really going on here?  I doubt skin color has anything to do with this does it?

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