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Jennifer Crumbly (school shooter mom) verdict in: Guilty of involuntary manslaughter

Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:19 pm
Posted by Will Munny
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:19 pm
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This post was edited on 2/6/24 at 12:45 pm
Posted by jclem11
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:21 pm to
Better link: Lawyer You Know

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Posted by jpainter6174
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:34 pm to
What’s she charged with?
Posted by SG_Geaux
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:35 pm to
This the thing where they are deciding if she is responsible for her son doing the mass shooting?
Posted by Will Munny
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:38 pm to
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Jennifer Crumbley, the mom of Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley, is being charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter after her son killed four of his classmates and injured several other people in the 2021 shooting. The parents are being accused of buying the gun that their son used in the shooting, and Ethan Crumbley is facing life behind bars.
Posted by jclem11
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:40 pm to
Straight guilty. Wow!
Posted by EmperorGout
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:40 pm to
Well given that she bought him the gun, yes, yes we are
Posted by IT_Dawg
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:40 pm to
Horrible situation all around, but I feel Guilty was an emotional tug on jurors.
The public also had a lot of information the jurors didn’t, like Miller Hearing.

I believe this will end up getting overturned further down the line, but this lady will still be in jail, as she has the past 3 years
This post was edited on 2/6/24 at 12:42 pm
Posted by teke184
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:43 pm to

Someone put her face over Flash’s.
Posted by Tr33fiddy
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:45 pm to
I haven't followed this. I've bought guns for my kids. I'd never expect them to shoot up a school. Did she know their son was a physco and still bought him the gun?
Posted by Scooby
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:49 pm to
So I buy my son a truck. He has a mental break one day and drives through a parade route and kills people. I’m now liable for negligent homicide?
Posted by Will Munny
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:49 pm to
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I haven't followed this. I've bought guns for my kids. I'd never expect them to shoot up a school. Did she know their son was a physco and still bought him the gun?


Pretty much, the kid even asked for a mental health professional and the mom laughed him off supposedly. Morning of the shooting parents were called in because he wrote/drew some creepy violent stuff and they said sorry we can’t take him home for the day we have to go back to work. Didn’t mention he has access to a gun and didn’t check his bag.

ETA: still very surprising she’d be found criminally responsible for anything, even with as negligent as she was. Like somebody mentioned it’ll probably be overturned at some point.
This post was edited on 2/6/24 at 12:52 pm
Posted by IT_Dawg
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:50 pm to
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Did she know their son was a physco and still bought him the gun?

The parents believed he had some mental issues, but nothing on this level. The parents went to school the morning of the shooting cause a he drew a disturbing picture of his gun and blood. Parents and administrators decided the kid could stay at school that day.

There were a lot of mistakes here and I do feel the parents have some to blame, but to charge them with involuntary manslaughter is crazy here. They never knew what the gun was for, he never had a motive, the State didn’t prove they were directly involved by not locking up the gun that morning.

It’s crazy. Again, I think the jurors made an emotional verdict here
Posted by Ingeniero
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:53 pm to
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Did she know their son was a physco and still bought him the gun?

Pretty much yes, from what I caught. Stuff like the school telling her he's having violent delusions, watching videos of school shooters at school, etc. and she told the school to get over it and privately told him "don't get caught doing that" so she didnt have to take him to a psych. All while lining up a bang session with Jody
Posted by Adajax
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:53 pm to
Has the dad been charged?
Posted by IT_Dawg
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:54 pm to
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Pretty much, the kid even asked for a mental health professional and the mom laughed him off supposedly.

Again, this was never proven by the State

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they said sorry we can’t take him home for the day we have to go back to work.

They said they prefer not to and the administrators agreed.

Again, these parents made horrible horrible decisions, but getting charged by the government seems ridiculous.

I think what really hurt her with the jury, was when she testified, she said she would do everything exactly the same. Shoulda tugged at their hearts with more of the “of course knowing what we know now we woulda blah blah blah”
Posted by lsuconnman
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:54 pm to
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Posted by Jon A thon
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:55 pm to
The video I've seen where they see him for the first time after is wild. He seems to have no remorse. And the parents are freaked out, but still not nearly to the level I'd be if my son did something like that. I think the mom even texted the dad when they found out the school was on lockdown and immediately said something along the lines of "he did it, he's the shooter".

I'll take my son shooting. I actually want him to learn just how dangerous it is. It is useful and fun, but it's the most serious thing you can handle. But he's not going to have accses to the guns himself and certainly would not continue or allow access if there is a remote possibility he'd be capable of something like this. I can understand that a parent doesn't always know... but, it appears they kind of knew.
Posted by IT_Dawg
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:55 pm to
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Has the dad been charged?

His trial starts next month I believe.
Posted by Oddibe
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Posted on 2/6/24 at 12:55 pm to
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So I buy my son a truck. He has a mental break one day and drives through a parade route and kills people. I’m now liable for negligent homicide?
You can’t be charged, but you can certainly be sued if the insurance is in your name.
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