Michigan school shooter’s parents get 10-15 years in prison:

The parents of a teenager who killed four students in Michigan have been sentenced to prison. James and Jennifer Crumbley expressed regret, but the judge said they failed to stop the attack.

The victims’ families spoke emotionally in court. The parents were found guilty of involuntary manslaughter. The judge emphasized their failure to act despite warning signs.

The shooter’s parents could be eligible for parole after 10 years but face a maximum of 15 years.

The prosecution accused them of neglecting their son’s mental health crisis and buying him the gun used in the attack. Defense argued lack of evidence and legal precedent.

The tragedy raised questions about parental responsibility and school safety.

Credit : BBC


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