'Bullying' Played NO ROLE in Timberview High School Shooting, Police Chief SaysChris Menahan
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Timothy Simpkins, the 18-year-old school shooter who was swiftly released on bail and allowed to party at home with his family as his victims remained hospitalized, was not a victim of "bullying" as his family claimed, according to Arlington police chief Al Jones.
From Fox 4 News:
Arlington's police chief says he does not believe bullying played any role in this month's school shooting at Mansfield ISD’s Timberview High School.Unconfirmed reports citing an alleged classmate said Simpkins was a drug dealer.
As DreddsInfo reported:
The tipster explained in the post, "I go to school with this kid and he was never bullied." The alleged classmate continued, "Some people did not like him but that’s because he was a drug dealer and those type of things come with doing that."Was this the "high-risk activity" Jones refused to identify?
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