On Thursday, the Denver Public School District in Colorado passed a motion to temporarily lift its restriction on the presence of armed guards and police officers in classrooms.
The motion was approved unanimously. The prohibition had been in force since 2021 when a spate of demonstrations against police brutality occurred in response to the killing of George Floyd.
This comes after a 17-year-old student armed with a handgun opened fire on two Denver East High School faculty members on Wednesday, causing them to sustain gunshot wounds.
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According to the police, the kid had shot themselves in the head before their bodies were discovered.
A little more than a month after another shooting at the same school left Luis Garcia, who was only 16 years old, mortally injured. Because of this, many people marched from Denver’s East High to the state Capitol, which is located close.
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