Disturbing Details Released About Accused Michigan School Shooter

Disturbing Details Released About Accused Michigan School Shooter

(AmericanProsperity.com) – A shooter opened fire on students at a Michigan school just under a month before Christmas. As prosecutors and attorneys battle it out in court, more details surface, and the courtroom is getting an idea of just how disturbing this individual is.

Authorities have accused Ethan Crumbley, a 15-year-old student at Oxford High School, of shooting several students, injuring some, and killing four. A recent hearing on the November 30 shooting uncovered some unsettling revelations regarding Crumbley’s character.

Prosecutors brought forth disturbing details about the teen, noting that he tortured and killed baby birds. According to MLive in Michigan, Crumbley expressed through text message video to a friend that he enjoyed killing the birds and hearing them squeal as he did it. But that’s not even the worst of it.

Markeisha Washington, the prosecuting attorney, added that the defendant also expressed his desire to stalk, torture, rape, and eventually kill his female classmate. Kelly Collins, Assistant Prosecutor, noted that she didn’t want to use Crumbley’s name, instead calling him the accused shooter because he wanted the notoriety.

The teen expressed his passion for people to know his name after he died, explaining that’s why he idolized people like Jeffery Dahmer and Adolf Hitler, according to Washington. The teen admitted that he liked being disturbed in a text to a friend.

The lengthy hearing came as Crumbley’s legal team sought to get their client transferred from an adult jail to a juvenile center. They plan to use an insanity plea, claiming he’s not a threat to others in the juvenile facility. As of now, Crumbley is isolated in the jail’s clinic, away from the other inmates. Prosecutors have asserted they disagree with Crumbley’s defense, noting he is a threat to young people.

What do you think? Should he be allowed to stay in a facility with teens around his age? Or should he have to face adult consequences for his actions?

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