It would be were the agenda behind such things not so serious:
"Clerk stalls gunman at Ga. school until police arrive; Man surrenders after firing a few shots; no injuries" by Kim Severson and Alan Blinder | New York Times, August 21, 2013
DECATUR, Ga. — A school clerk on Tuesday stalled a man dressed in black who had sneaked into an elementary school with an AK-47, giving police time to arrive before he could make his way into classrooms packed with 800 children.
The man, who police said was Michael B. Hill, 20, and who lived near the school, the Ronald E. McNair Discovery Learning Academy, was in a car suspected of carrying some type of explosives along with other weapons. He probably followed someone into the secure school, according to police and school officials.
Once inside, he made his way to the main office, said Cedric Alexander, chief of the DeKalb County Police Department. There he found the clerk, Antoinette Tuff, who said in an interview with ABC News that the man demanded that someone call the police and a television station. He was “a young man that was ready to kill anybody that he could,” she said.
Sigh. Then why is he wasting time? He will be getting plenty of police response and news coverage.
Tuff kept him engaged throughout the ordeal. The gunman also held other employees hostage.
Not that I would have wanted him to, but why didn't he just shoot them?
When police arrived, the gunman stepped outside of the building and fired four to six shots, and went back inside, police said. An officer returned fire. Tuff said the man had wanted to go back outside but she told him to empty his pockets and backpack and to put his weapons down. “He got down on the floor, but when the police officers came in, he was actually laying on the floor with his hands behind his back,” she said.
Alexander said that at this point, “He did not put up a fight whatsoever.”
Inside the school just east of the Atlanta city limits, doors were barricaded and students hid under desks. Some said they thought they were participating in a fire drill. Others heard the shots.
The man’s car was parked in front of the school, and a police dog detected explosives, Alexander said. So officers herded children to the back of the school.
Then, in a scene made familiar by school shootings in Littleton, Colo., and Newtown, Conn., students ran hand in hand from the school, escorted by police officers who led them onto buses.
Parents who had rushed to the school spent more than three hours behind yellow police tape in a nearby Walmart parking lot, waiting for the buses to deliver their children....
Tempestt Radford, who was waiting for her fourth-grader, said like so many others, she immediately thought of the shootings in Newtown....
"A lone gunman, Adam Lanza, 20, killed 26 people at the school and committed suicide after fatally shooting his mother at their Newtown home."
That's the official story and conventional myth. Sorry I'm tired of spitballing about that hoax. Safe to say, authority and its mouthpiece media have forfeited the right to be believed.
"Iron gate to be installed at Sandy Hook School" Associated Press, August 21, 2013
NEWTOWN, Conn. — The concrete barriers and orange traffic cones blocking the driveway of the elementary school where a gunman killed 20 first-graders and six educators will soon be replaced by a black iron gate that officials hope will improve the property’s image and keep out gawkers.
Sandy Hook Elementary School and its driveway have been closed to the public since Dec. 14, when 20-year-old Adam Lanza shot 26 people and himself at the school after killing his mother at their Newtown home. The motive remains unclear.
A local task force in May approved a plan to tear down the school and build a new one on the same property using a $50 million state grant.
Since the shooting, the driveway has been blocked by concrete barriers and traffic cones.
The records and the school have been sealed. Why?
And the latest lone nut?
"911 call discusses school gunman’s mental health" by Kate Brumback | Associated Press, August 22, 2013
LITHONIA, Ga. — A woman whose family once took in the suspect in an Atlanta-area school shooting said Wednesday that he was mentally ill but never violent in the past.
Natasha Knotts said that Michael Brandon Hill lived with her and her husband for several months in his late teens. She says she served as a mother figure after Hill started coming to the small church where she and her husband are pastors.
Also on Wednesday, police gave more details about the previous day’s ordeal and what led to it. Before going to the school, Hill took a photo of himself with an AK 47-style rifle and packed up nearly 500 rounds of ammunition, enough to shoot more than half the students, investigators said.
Police said Hill, 20, got the gun from an acquaintance, but it was not clear if he stole it or had permission to take it.
No one was injured, but the suspect exchanged gunfire with police who surrounded Ronald E. McNair Discovery Learning Academy in Decatur. The 870 students were evacuated.
“He was part of our family,” Knotts said of the roughly six months that Hill stayed with them several years ago. Her family was aware that “he had a mental disorder,” but she said he was loving and quiet and never displayed anger.
So what prescription pills was he on?
"Teen guilty in Ga. stroller killing; Lawyer plans appeal in death of 13-month-old" by Kate Brumback | Associated Press, August 31, 2013
MARIETTA, Ga. — An 18-year-old man was convicted of murder Friday in the shooting of a baby in a stroller in a coastal Georgia town despite the defense’s attempt to cast guilt upon several others, including the child’s parents.
Jurors deliberated about two hours before finding De’Marquise Elkins guilty of 11 counts, including two counts of felony murder and one count of malice murder in the March 21 killing of 13-month-old Antonio Santiago in Brunswick. The defendant’s mother, Karimah Elkins, was on trial alongside him and was found guilty of tampering with evidence but acquitted of lying to police....
The killing in the port city drew national attention....
But the black on white aspect did not, unlike the vice-versa of the Zimmerman case.
Related: Georgia Killing Shows Need For Gun Control
You get it now?