The Trench Reynolds Report

Without truth there is no justice

Mitchell Johnson and Andrew Golden were 13 and 11 respectively when they committed a school shooting at Westside Middle School in Jonesboro, Arkansas. It was 1998 when the pair killed five and injured others. At the time, Arkansas did not have a law in place that could keep the pair behind bars past their 21st …

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I still haven’t read all the depositions from the Jonesboro shooters yet, however, a couple of Arkansas news outlets have reported on them. So far, it seems like they’re just like every other school shooter who blames everyone but themselves for their actions. In a rare case the two shooters, Mitchell Johnson and Andrew Golden, …

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Before there was Columbine, there was Jonesboro. On March 24, 1998, 13-year-old Mitchell Johnson and 11-year-old Andrew Golden shot and killed four students and a teacher at Westside Middle School in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Eleven other people had also been injured. At the time of the shooting there was no law in the state of Arkansas …

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After Mitchell Johnson and Andrew Golden committed the school shooting at Westside Middle School in Jonesboro, Arkansas, that left five dead they were only sentenced to be held until their 21st birthdays. Back in 1998 Arkansas had no law where juveniles could be charged as adults. Golden was released in 2007 and is said to …

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Police look into charging Golden: The other day I posted about how Andrew Golden/Drew Douglas Grant was denied a conceal and carry permit. Now investigators are looking into if any criminal charges could be filed. However, the only charges that could be filed would be misdemeanors. It’s also interesting to note that juvenile convictions that …

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