High School Student Disarms Gunman – Gets Suspended For ‘Involvement in Violent Incident’

A Florida high school student and his friends discovered the truth of the cynical adage that “no good deed goes unpunished” when he was suspended for disarming a fellow student on the school bus. The teens, all students at Cypress Lake High School in Fort Myers, Florida, were on a school bus when two students got into a heated argument. One of them then pulled a loaded .22 caliber revolver on the other, and aimed it at his head.

One of the suspended students, who spoke later with WFTX-TV news, knew instantly that this was no prank.


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I just read this and was thinking about posting it... ya beat me to it ;)

We are living in crazy days indeed!

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That's crazy to suspend the student who got the gun away!!!

Yeah that's fair right? HELL NO.. another trample on our rights.. Guilty till you PROVE your not!! 

right. it's official policy to sit still and get shot while waiting for the police to come shoot a few bystanders. 

The right thing for him to do in the anti-gun psycho mind was to let the other student be shot in the head, that way they could pimp out the grieving parents on the news and say how bad guns are and that they all need to be confiscated.  Check out the mind set of this letter http://www.dailypaul.com/276653/what-would-you-do-if-you-got-this-l.... We're all surrounded by absolute morons!!!

Are we being gas lighted again? They can't charge the students that stopped the shooting.If they do, those students need to start a lawsuit against the school and the city. These educators and police are morally broke and need to get a job at Taco bell if they will have them. They are totally incompetent.



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