JUST IN: Michigan school shooter sentenced to life in prison without parole
Teenager Ethan Crumbley was sentenced to life in prison without parole Friday for gunning down four classmates and wounding seven other people at Michigan’s Oxford High School in 2021.
US: Michigan school shooter sentenced to life in prison without parole
An American teenager, who shot dead four of his classmates in 2021 at a high school outside Detroit, was on Friday (Dec 8) sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. Ethan Crumbley had opened fire on Nov 30 2021 with a semi-automatic handgun that his father bought as a Christmas gift days before the incident occurred. The shooting claimed the lives of four and injured six other students along with a teacher. Crumbley was 15 years old at the
17-year-old suspect in Michigan campus shooting jailed for life
On Friday (December 8), a US judge ruled that Ethan Crumbley (Ethan Crumbley), the suspect in the 2021 Michigan campus shooting case, was sentenced to life imprisonment without falsification.
Michigan high school shooter sentenced to Life in Prison without Parole
A Michigan judge hands down a life without parole sentence for the teenager who shot and killed fellow students and wounded others at Oxford High School in 2021.(Image credit: Carlos Osorio/AP)
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