20 hurt in school stabbing

| April 9, 2014

Guns, knives, baseball bats, cars, whatever, we cannot deny that our culture seems to be growing increasingly violent and our children are paying the price. Some will say more security—even more guns—in society will protect us. Unfortunately, that doesn’t get to the root of the problem. The real question is, why are we so violent? Some Fort Wayne activists have offered that the problem is we have abandoned or faith in GOD and, therefore, no longer have the spiritual eyes to see the demon influence on our children and others. (Take a drive down Rudisill Boulevard or past Unity Barber Shop on Pontiac and know that some people still have spiritual vision.) Of course, some will scoff and say this is madness. But, call it demonic influence or mental illness, something is very wrong with our spiritual state. Once again, with this incident, we see the horrifying evidence.



School Stabbing Spree: 20 Hurt in Pittsburgh-Area Attack

BY ERIN MCCLAMAs many as 20 students were hurt when a classmate went on a stabbing rampage through the classrooms and halls of a high school outside Pittsburgh on Wednesday morning, authorities said.The student suspect was in custody and being questioned by police, Dan Stevens, a Westmoreland County emergency management spokesman, told WPXI, the NBC affiliate in Pittsburgh. He said that the motive was unclear and that the injuries did not appear life-threatening.Watch live coverage from WPXIVictims, as young as 15, were taken to four Pittsburgh-area hospitals. Two were in the operating room and a third was on the way, Dr. Chris Kaufmann, a hospital trauma director, told CNN. One hospital reported that it had patients as old as 60.

via School Stabbing Spree: 20 Hurt in Pittsburgh-Area Attack – NBC News.com.

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