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111961 No. 111961 ID: f91983
MPUSD is reporting no one was injured when a teacher accidentally discharged a firearm in class today. A letter has been sent to Seaside High School parents and I've included a screenshot of that letter below. The teacher, who is not being identified, was placed on leave.

https://twitter.com/CaitlinKSBW/status/973690151598620673
http://concealednation.org/2016/05/irresponsible-gun-owner-traumatized-after-gun-goes-off-during-swim-class/
>> No. 111963 ID: 54a2a4
  When Trump and other politicians suggested arming teachers to combat school shooters, I consistently replied that I would not trust most the teachers I knew to throw together a ham sandwich without screwing it up, much less use a firearm and hope they do not kill everyone else except for the target.

Reminds me of the imbecilic DEA cop who brandished an "unloaded" pistol (and had a teacher check to see if it was unloaded, which they failed in doing) in a classroom and said, "Fifty Cent, Too Short; all of 'em talk about a Glock 40 [there is no such model, it's a Glock 22]. Okay, I'm the only one in this room, that I know of, professional enough to carry this Glock 40. I'm the only one." He went to holster it and shot himself in the leg.
https://youtu.be/AxWWJaTEdD0
>> No. 111964 ID: 54a2a4
  Student Injured By Instructor's Gun After Trump Endorses Arming Teachers https://youtu.be/LR28IFIbL70
Just days after President Donald Trump proposed giving teachers guns to better protect their classrooms from school shootings, a California teacher fired a bullet from his semi-automatic handgun in class, injuring one of his students.
Local TV station KSBW reported that the incident happened Tuesday at Seaside High School, where reserve police officer Dennis Alexander was teaching a class about gun safety.
A parent told KSBW that Alexander had just finished explaining to the class that he wanted to check and make sure his gun wasn't loaded when it went off.
The bullet ricocheted off the ceiling, and one 17-year-old student was injured in the neck. Although his injuries were minor, the student went home with blood on his shirt. Alexander has been placed on administrative leave while the case is investigated.
Elsewhere around the US, students are calling for new measures on gun control. On Wednesday, during National Walkout Day, students across the country took a knee, laid on the ground, and walked out of their schools in a synchronized protest against deadly gun violence.
The day of action came exactly a month after the Parkland, Florida school shooting that killed 17 people.
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