updated 3:57 PM EST, Fri January 11, 2013
Supposedly, the shooter told a teacher "I don't want to shoot you". It should have been the teacher having the ability to make that statement.
A neighbor with a kid in the school saw the perpetrator walking with the gun, and thought it was "a toy". How is it that so many real toy guns result in instant police response, if not the shooting of an innocent, but witnesses can't call the cops when it appears there's a real danger of a tragedy?