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20 February 2008



From the article in the L.A. Times on the meeting with school officials in Oxnard Country after the murder of Lawrence King:

Hundreds of parents filled an Oxnard gymnasium Tuesday night to ask hard questions about why school officials didn't intervene more aggressively in an escalating feud between two students, which ended last week with the shooting death of 15-year-old student Lawrence King.

In orderly fashion, one parent after another asked for metal detectors on campus, more programs dealing with bullying and for stricter enforcement of the district's uniform policy.

This article highlights a difference between a place like California and good, Christian places such as Alabama and Mississippi.

In California, the parents want to know what can be done to stop the bullying of students like King.

In Alabama, Mississippi, or other places that follow the way of the Lord, the parents would be demanding to know how students like King could be bullied even more brutally.

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