its the worst shooting, its not the worst school attack.
the worst school attack was a series of bombs at the Bath School house in Michigan back in 1927. series of bombs set off by a disgruntaled school board member killed 44. plus he killed his wife before hand. so 45 in total
guns arnt to blame, people are to blame.
the storm is just a storm. nothing new. as for this shooting its all societys fault. its all on the hands of those who wish innocent people be defense less, like VT's own spokes man Larry Hincker
Tuesday, September 05, 2006
[editorial by Hincker re: double murder on the loose at VT campus late 2006]
The writer would have us believe that a university campus, with tens of thousands of young people, is safer with everyone packing heat. Imagine the continual fear of students in that scenario. We've seen that fear here, and we don't want to see it again.
Guns don't belong in classrooms. They never will. Virginia Tech has a very sound policy preventing same.
Tuesday, January 31, 2006
[re: bill that would have given college students and employees the right to carry handguns on campus]
Virginia Tech spokesman Larry Hincker was happy to hear the bill was defeated. "I'm sure the university community is appreciative of the General Assembly's actions because this will help parents, students, faculty and visitors feel safe on our campus."
Wednesday, April 13, 2005
[re: Hincker defending campus policy]
"I think it's fair to say that we believe guns don't belong in the classroom," Hincker said. "In an academic environment, we believe you should be free from fear."
"We think we have the right to adhere to and enforce that policy because, in the end, we think it's a common-sense policy for the protection of students, staff and faculty as well as guests and visitors," Hincker said.
il be honest. id rather have everyone packing heat daily than just one badguy on a bad day.