Mean Scenester wrote:Just one clarification: The paragraph quoted above says "attempting to bring a gun" whereas the linked article reads "considering bringing a gun." Not sure if the JS made a correction or if it was an error on the part of the OP.
Don't get me wrong, I'm inclined to think Hulsey's got a few loose screws, but there's a big difference between considering something and attempting it. (The article later refers to an accusation that Hulsey attempted this, but that first quote is no longer verbatim.)
Is it just me, or does the behavior exhibited in the capitol these days make most at-risk middle schools look like Zen sanctuaries?
I just Ctrl V'd from the original JS article. Did not realize they had changed it, will correct.
Anyways, the gun thing is probably the least interesting part of the story to me. I was unsure about how much quoting was acceptable, so I just quoted the intro, but for me the most troubling part comes later where the aide claims he forced her to schedule a self-defense session against her will.