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Weston School principal killed, student charged with homicide
By Bill Novak, Lee Sensenbrenner, David Callender and Anita Weier

CAZENOVIA, Wis. - A rural principal has died after being shot at school by a student. Lisa Brunette, spokeswoman for UW Hospital said in a news release that Weston School Principal John Klang died at about 3:30 p.m. after a team of surgeons unsuccessfully tried to save him from gunshots to the head and chest.

The Associated Press reported that 15-year-old Eric Hainstock, has been charged with first-degree intentional homicide, according to Sauk County District Attorney Patricia Barrett.

Klang was shot at about 8 a.m. after Hainstock allegedly came into school with a shotgun and a handgun.

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"Had there been someone who was armed, in this particular situation, in my opinion, it may have stabilized.... I believe it supports conceal-and-carry."

Jesse Ventura
On the Columbine shooting


Anonymous said...

See, teaching evolution has cost another life.

Anonymous said...

Yea, we don't seem to have evolved very far have we.