The public will not be allowed to see the case file against the two Colorado teenagers accused of the shooting at a STEM charter school last week.
The suspects were formally charged Wednesday with murder and attempted murder after their shooting spree at the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math charter school in Highlands Ranch on May 7 which left one student dead and eight other injured, Reuters reported.
But the charges, which included first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, arson and theft, along with the entire case file were promptly placed under seal by Douglas County District Judge Theresa Slade.
BREAKING: Douglas County District Judge Theresa Slade has sealed the entire case file of the two teens who shot up the STEM school last week, banning the public from seeing it
One of the shooters was transgender, the other hated Christians and appeared to be pro-Satan/pro-occult
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) May 15, 2019
Devon Erickson, 18, and Alec McKinney, 16, were both being held without bond. McKinney, who identifies as male, but was listed as Maya Elizabeth McKinney on the court docket, was charged as an adult.
The transgender shooter’s father was a criminal illegal alien deported multiple times
The other shooter’s family had “significant mental health challenges” present
Investigators believe that one of the shooters was using illicit drugs
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) May 15, 2019
Five months ago, a school district official urged the STEM school’s director to investigate allegations of student bullying and violence by a parent who feared they could lead to the next “Columbine.” The director said an investigation found no evidence to support the allegations.
The STEM school had no sworn police officer at the 1,850-student campus, after a dispute with the sheriff’s office over the previous school resource officer’s role ended that relationship last year, the school said last week.
An armed security guard, presumably from the private security company which was hired to patrol the campus, responded to the shooting. An 18-year-old student, Kendrick Castillo and two classmates charged the shooters and likely prevented more deaths. Castillo, who was days away from graduating, was tragically killed in the brave effort.
“If I had to describe him a certain way, the first it would be love, the love for anybody that he met,” John Castillo, the father of the robotics enthusiast and aspiring engineer said during a memorial service on Wednesday. “We all really, really love Kendrick, but to carry on his life’s message, we need to be more like him.”
With the details in the case not lining up with the left’s narrative, the media has noticeably not saturated coverage with details of the case.
Last week two intersectional leftist Trump-haters murdered a kid at a school before they were stopped by citizens who fought back.
Father of transgender Colorado school shooter is TWICE-deported illegal alien @rooprajfox2 did you here this on @FOX2News ? Neither did I, in fact I had to do research from #MainstreamMedia who reported about hero’s to find this out! https://t.co/nA2xHb9uGs
— Dà Sèláng (@peicut) May 15, 2019
Why did the media go silent about it, he asked knowing full well why as you do.
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) May 15, 2019
And with the sealing of the case file by the judge, the public will be getting even less information.
And now the files are sealed.
— Janet Stevenson (@JanetSt0831) May 15, 2019
And, they just announced the court records are going to be sealed and not available to the public. What are they trying to hide?
— RobertSherwooddeplorablesports (@deplorablesport) May 15, 2019
It seems the judge has now sealed the case. Because THAT’S not weird in these instances.
— Robert Smith “Hudson, Sir. He’s Hicks.” (@Pr1vate_Hud50n) May 16, 2019
Of course she would! This makes me furious. The people should know.
— Janna Hall (@ooJANNAoo) May 16, 2019
If only they’d been wearing maga hats…we’d have all the answers.
— Thoward (@thoward_1) May 16, 2019
Damn, only if one of them were smiling while wearing MAGA hats
— Utsuro the 2nd reincarnation (@Utsuros2ndRun) May 16, 2019
But more importantly no AR-15 was involved, which really upset the narrative
— Tim Henry (@melaexec) May 16, 2019
What are they hiding? Anything that doesn’t fit the Left’s agenda of who mass shooters are supposed to be, is my guess.
— Mindy Robinson ?? (@iheartmindy) May 16, 2019
What. The. Hell?
I figured they’d try to memory-hole this, but not this fast.
— Charles Bellows (@charles_bellows) May 16, 2019
Why are they sealing this? The families of the victims have a right to know what this was all about.
— BAB (@bonbe0205) May 15, 2019
And with that you will never hear about this case again.
— Joemama’s Free Press (@Joemama75) May 15, 2019
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