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Indiana School Shooting

March 25, 2011 by USA Post 

Indiana School Shooting, Chance Jackson family, the victim 15 years of a school shooting in Martinsville, Ind., said the boy is in stable condition after surgery. A statement released by the family is as follows: Chance Jackson is out of surgery and is currently in stable condition. We appreciate all the thoughts, prayers and support and also ask you to pray for the families of all parties concerned. Please follow our life private that we focus on the recovery of Chance. ”
A 15-year-old in custody after the shooting Friday morning at Martinsville West Middle School, police said.

Indiana State Police say the shooting happened at just after 7 pm when the suspect, a student suspended, opened fire with a handgun.

The police told CBS affiliate WISH that the victim had been shot twice in the stomach. He was flown from the scene to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.

All schools in Martinsville were locked after the shooting. Schools will be dismissed early.

Police Martinsville, Morgan County Sheriff’s deputies and Indiana State Police are investigating the incident. They say they are not just a motive in the case and are “looking into aspects of social media to understand what happened and why.”

WISH page is the alleged killer of Facebook, where the most recent position was this morning, it reads: “Today is the day.”

Our friends have been writing on the wall, the alleged killer, who was not named because it has not yet been charged as an adult, asking why.

“Seeing how you were supposed to be my frined. My friends do people get,” [sic] of a person, while another wrote simply asked, “why dude.”

The suspected gunman posted “Do not use your mind using your new” on Thursday night.

Source: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-20047158-504083.html

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