First the bad news. The bond for the teens who are accused of plotting an attack against Lakeshore High School in Louisiana has been lowered from $500K each to $100K each. That’s still a pretty big chunk of change so I don’t expect the alleged ‘Zero Day’ plotters to be out anytime soon.
The good news is that the acting judge presiding over the case ruled that the statements made to police by the suspects have been ruled admissible.
Not surprisingly the day they were arrested was not the first time school resource officers had to deal with them. Daniel Antoine Hopkins allegedly told them that the Facebook page for Zero Day was just about video games. It wasn’t until his text messages were read that police determined that it could be an actual plot.
I still haven’t heard if any weapons had been found.