Saturday, October 3, 2015

School Fire Drills: Shooting in South Dakota

Think of it as a pre-psyop to whet your appetite:

"S. Dakota high school principal shot; students safe" Associated Press  October 01, 2015

HARRISBURG, S.D. — A high school student shot a principal in a dispute Wednesday before being tackled by an assistant principal, authorities said Wednesday.

Harrisburg High School principal Kevin Lein suffered a flesh wound in the arm before Ryan Rollinger tackled the student and held him down with help from the athletic director, Joey Struwe, said Harrisburg Superintendent Jim Holbeck.

No students were reported hurt in the shooting, which occurred around 10 a.m. The school, about 10 miles south of Sioux Falls, has about 635 students.

‘‘You really never know what this student would have done if they haven’t confronted him,’’ Holbeck said. ‘‘I believe what happened there, what those guys did, probably helped saved somebody else from maybe getting shot.”

Officers took the student into custody. Lincoln County State’s Attorney Tom Wollman declined to confirm the name of the student but expected charges to be filed within a day.

A South Dakota man told the Associated Press that his 16-year-old son is the student who shot Lein. He said his ex-wife, with whom his son lives, called to tell him that their son had been arrested following the shooting. He said his son’s been quiet over the past year.

‘‘Something’s just going on inside of him and he’s just mad at everybody, I think,’’ the father said. ‘‘I don’t know what would’ve made him do something like this.’’

The Associated Press is not naming the man so as not to identify his son, who had not been charged in the shooting or identified by authorities.

Senior Aanna Okerlund, 18, said she was in college algebra when a classmate ran into the room and said he had seen a student near the principal’s office with a gun.

Okerlund said Lein came onto the intercom shortly afterward to tell students there was a schoolwide lock-down.

She said Lein later told students by intercom that he had been shot ‘‘but was fine.’’

‘‘You could hear the franticness in his voice,’’ she said. ‘‘It’s just so surreal.’’

I'll bet it is, and I know the feeling every morning when I begin reading (or not reading) a Globe!


Already had the funeral even.

Related: Oregon Shooting an Obvious Psyop

More confirmation:

"The Federal Security Services (FSB) is reporting today that an American black-Islamist terror suspect, who yesterday committed an act of mass murder in the State of Oregon (United States), had been included on a list of 87,000 “known/suspected” Islamic terrorists that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) refused last month to accept from the Federation due to its not being “politically viable in the present atmosphere”.

According to this report, the black-Islamist terrorist who committed this act of terror, Chris Harper Mercer, had previously been indentified by electronic intelligence specialists within the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) as being an Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) adherent after he had attempted to gain passage to Syria via Turkey during the first week of September, 2015.

By the Obama regime refusing to accept this terror list from the Federation, this report continues, Mercer was able to accomplish his terror act when yesterday he killed 9 people and wounded 7 others at the Umpqua Community College prior to his being shot and killed by local US police forces.


Why am I being told he is a white supremacist? What the hell is going on here?

Ore. gunman described as man of few words, unless topic was guns

Now he had six guns and was a lonely mama's boy while expressing sympathy with another virgin! I'll have to admit, it's original!

Politicians hold line on gun control after Oregon shooting

The gun control, mental health screening agenda at full blast.

We must take responsibility for gun violence

Who is "we," and what is with another round of collective guilt be shoved our way? Shameful agenda pushing is what that is. 

I'm sure the Globe has something to say, but I'm no longer listening (looks like crisis actors to me). Sorry.


It's enough to make you Sikh.