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Joplin school shooter released from lockup: One of the more the highly debated stories on this site was the one of Thomas White. In 2006 a 13-year–old White walked in to the halls of Memorial Middle School in Joplin, Missouri with his dad’s MAC-90. From what I can discern the MAC-90 is a variant of …

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Port St. Lucie Father Arrested In Sex Sting: Gregory White of Port St. Lucie, Florida has been arrested for trying to trade his daughter for sex, his 2-year-old daughter. White was in a chat room with an undercover police officer and asked “you want to swap? Or just watch me do yours?” The officer posed …

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Joplin man convicted for having firearms, ammunition in house: Gregory White, the father of Memorial Middle School shooter Thomas White, was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for possessing firearms as a convicted felon. White had convictions of attempted burglary in Florida in 1980 and a meth conviction in California in 1988. White’s attorney, …

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Father of Joplin school shooter pleads guilty: Gregory White, the father of Memorial Middle school shooter Thomas White, has pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Springfield, Missouri to being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition. He’s looking at 10 years and $250K fine. A date for sentencing has not been announced yet …

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Joplin middle-school student could stand trial as adult: Authorities in Joplin Missouri are seeking to have Thomas White tried as an adult. White is the 13-year-old who brought a MAC-90 assault weapon to Memorial Middle School and fired a round into the ceiling. The gun luckily jammed before any bloodshed could occur. In related news …

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Federal charge against father of boy in middle school shooting: It seems that father of Memorial Middle School shooter Thomas White is in a little bit of trouble over the whole incident. Is it because he basically allowed his son to take a rifle to school? That would make sense but no. It turns out …

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