Deadly Texas school shooting gunman 'confused,' his lawyers say

Deadly Texas school shooting gunman 'confused,' his lawyers say

Reice Tisdale, Jr., a police detective, was off-duty Friday when he learned about the shooting at Santa Fe High School.

Santa Fe school district officials said teachers and support staff will return to school on May 23, and students will return May 29. He said the nature of the probe remains unclear, because kids have not been interviewed on this matter.

Galveston County Sheriff Henry Trochesset told CBS News that students were not hit by friendly fire.

"Roughly about a third of those that were triaged were for suicidal intention, and they're mostly female; females act in, males act out", Phillips said.

Still, Lizzie Pannill Fletcher, a lawyer who is favored to win a runoff for the Democratic nomination in a potentially flippable, Republican-held congressional district in Houston, not far from where Friday's shooting took place, refrained from criticizing the governor for not doing more than organizing discussions.

Eight students and two teachers were killed.

"We talk about things in black and white, but the answer is in the grey, it's in the shadow, no one sees it, everyone just sees north or south, no one sees the middle ground, it's not popular", Delgado said.

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More than 200 officers from a variety of agencies would eventually respond to the school, he said, thanking them.

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Ennis, 28, said she plans to enter a clinic to get help for herself once the case is closed. "It was all a money scheme ". Prosecutors have said they will continue to pursue the case even if Ennis does not cooperate with the investigation.

Dimitrios Pagourtzis has confessed, police have said. He said his granddaughter, a student at the school, was three doors down from where the shooting occurred. "#IfIdieInASchoolShooting or any shooting, I want to be buried right next to my brother", he wrote.

"We need to take whatever steps we need to take to make sure our schools are as safe as our airports and government buildings", Turner said Monday.

This allegedly seems to have been the reason that a disgruntled Pagourtzis decided that the best means to avenge his failed advances was to kill Shana and several of her peers - a reason that Shana's father, Timothy Thomas, just can not accept, reports the New York Post.

One of the students killed, Shana Fisher, had rejected the suspect's advances for months, her mother Sadie Baze said.

"If we're dealing with student stress and anxieties and any bullying situations, then the problem will never come to the point where a teacher would even have to consider using a gun", she said. Finally, about a week ago, she stood up to him in the middle of class to proclaim she would not go out with him. He said after the shooting that he wanted to use it across the state.

"We're already raising a generation entrenched in trauma", said Khary Penebaker, a Wisconsin-based gun law activist.

Her father, Abdul Aziz Sheikh, has described his daughter as a hard-working and accomplished student who aspired to work in civil service and hoped one day to join Pakistan's Foreign Office.

More: At Santa Fe High School, police had an active-shooter plan.

The people hospitalized included retired Houston police Officer John Barnes, who served as a resource officer at the school and confronted the gunman.

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