Teen Says He Brought Gun to School to Protect Against Mass ShootingChris Menahan
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The Montgomery County teenager charged in the wake of the Parkland shooting for bringing a gun to school had a rather interesting defense last week in court.
From Fox 5 DC:
ROCKVILLE, Md. - Montgomery County prosecutors have reached a plea agreement with a student who was accused of bringing a loaded gun and knife with him to Clarksburg High School, according to court records.WTOP has more:
Court documents say Chen told investigators he feared for his safety, and the safety of his classmates —so he brought a loaded gun to Clarksburg High School and wore body armor on a daily basis for two months.Regardless of the merits of his claim, you have to admit it's quite the defense.
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