He says McDonald wanted the judge at the time of sentencing to be able to give the shooter life in prison. And now that is a possibility.
Nearly two years since he killed students inside of Oxford High School, the confessed shooter learned he could spend the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole.
It's been almost two years since an Oxford High School student brought gun to school and killed four innocent students. On Friday, we learned he can be sentenced to life in prison without parole.
The Oxford High School shooter returns to court on Friday for a decision whether he will spend life in prison without parole for killing four students on Nov. 30, 2021.
An outside report about the Oxford High School shooting will be released by Oct. 30. It will address the shooting, as well as what led up to it and the district's response.
The teen shooter is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to killing four students and injuring seven others.
“There needs to be a legit investigation and we need to throw everything out on the table and figure out what went wrong that day," said Buck Myre.
Defense attorneys for the Oxford High School shooter are arguing he had at least one brain injury before killing four students inside the school.
The Oxford High School shooter's Miller hearing continues Tuesday as a judge decides if he can be sentenced to life without parole.
Oxford High School students testified Friday, along with mental health experts as the hearing continues to determine if the shooter will get life without parole.
The Oxford High School shooter believed killing students would teach a lesson and benefit society, according to a recording he made the night before the crime.
A judge is deciding if Ethan Crumbley can be sentenced to life without parole for the Oxford High School shooting.
Ethan Crumbley thoroughly planned the Oxford High School shooting, according to journal entries and internet shown during his Miller hearing Thursday.
Almost a year-and-a-half after the Oxford High School shooting, Ethan Crumbley was caught illegally accessing a website known to show murder, torture, and more violent content on a jail-issued tablet.
Ethan Crumbley was 15 when he killed four students and wounded seven others at Oxford High in 2021.
Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley will be in court Thursday for what is known as a Miller hearing. A judge will decide if he can be sentenced to life without parole after the hearing.
The teen will be sentenced later in July.
The accused Oxford shooter also asked if he could wear street clothes during his sentencing.
The public has been invited to the groundbreaking of the public space where vendors will be selling wares and some proceeds will be donated.
A case filing reveals more details that the prosecution says prove Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley's parents were negligent ahead of the crime.