*Keep in mind, not all school shootings are the same. There are different motives, and some of those pictured here killed 0. Some of them are currently released, some were never sentenced. There are many many more living school shooters, but their identities were never released to the public (this is a very common practice in countries outside of the United States), hence there are no photographs of them. I have also included some individuals who PLANNED to shoot up their school, but were thwarted in their attempts.*
From Left to Right. Row One: -Alex Hribal, Pennsylvania. -Alvaro Castillo, North Carolina. -Amy Bishop Anderson, Alabama. -Andrew Charles Williams, California. -Andrew Golden, Arkansas. -Andrew Wurst, Pennsylvania.
Amber Alert for Alabama, Tennessee, and surrounding states!
Elizabeth Thomas(15) last seen March 13, 2017 wearing flannel shirt and black leggings is believed to be with suspect
Tad Cummins, Elizabeth is 5 feet 5 inches and has blonde hair and hazel eyes, suspect Cummins(50) is 6 feet and has brown hair and brown eyes.
Believed to be traveling in a Nissan Rouge, silver. Tennessee license plate number is #976ZPT.
If you have any information regarding this please call 800-824-3463 (Tennessee Bureau of Investigation)
If you are in any of the near states to Tennessee and Alabama, please please reblog this! Let’s bring this girl home safe.
1776, during an intermission in congress while debates of the Articles of Confederation were taking place, Jefferson returned to Virginia where he believed the real action of the state was configuring. In this time he was one of the minds behind the Virginian constitution with an objective to incorporate the idea of Enlightenment upon crime and punishment as expounded by Cesare Bonesana di Beccaria. For the benefit of white citizens of Virginia, Jefferson liberally applied Beccaria’s principles to his revisions of the laws. Jefferson and his colleagues actually tightened the slave code in their edits of these laws.
Recognizing that a continuation of the labor of slaves was necessary to the winning of freedom by white Americans, Jefferson attempted to ensure that this indispensable labor force remained intact and that the danger of servile revolts stirred up by the enemy be countered by increased vigilance on part of white revolutionaries. Jefferson and his colleagues were well aware that a simple intensification of the rigors of the slave code however justified by the exigencies of war Was not a satisfactory answer to the dilemma created by the continued existence of slavery in a country fighting for independence under the words of freedom and liberty.
They therefore planned to submit in their final report to the legislature a plan intended for implementation after the war, providing for the gradual abolition of slavery and the evacuation of the blacks from the state. In all this, emphasis was placed upon the word “gradual”. Had the committee’s ideas been enacted into law, slavery would have existed in Virginia for a least three generations. Upon one point they were adamant: the freed blacks must leave the state forthwith. They had the right to be free, but not the right to remain in Virginia.
One of the most scenic parkways in America, Natchez Trace Parkway runs 444 miles through Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee. Passing stunning landscapes and pausing at hidden cultural treasures, traveling the Trace is a pleasure by foot, bike and car. Particularly beautiful in the spring and fall, we recommend visiting the Cypress Swamp around Halloween for a little dose of spooky fun. National Park Service photo.
Another week in the books! There’s lots to discuss so let’s get to recappin’.
Top Ten Games of the Week
10. #4 Penn State 45-Indiana 14
This game wasn’t quite as the score indicates. Indiana actually had nearly as many yards as the Nittany Lions and the Hoosier moved the ball pretty well for certain stretches. They did commit four turnovers, which kept the game out of reach. Penn State is still undefeated and climbing the rankings.