The infamous teen killer who was solely responsible for carrying out the horrifying Michigan school shooting has been given full access to online education.
According to local media reports, the suspected shooter who is just 15 has been charged for killing four of his classmates. Now, he is all set to receive internet access and a laptop so he can continue with his education online.
Crumbley is said to receive the device as access to the internet so he can conduct full online college courses, which is said to be on offer by the Michigan Department of Labor as well as Economic.
This will all begin when he turns 16 next year.
Sources revealed how the suspect had missed his chance of being enrolled at the high school course in wake of the tragic shooting incident at Oxford High School. This tragedy took place in November of last year, confirmed sources.
The matter relating to the killer’s education has been brought up a number of times in court but was previously dismissed. Now, however, it appears that it’s a hot topic again and has been thoroughly reviewed at the Oakland County Jail in Michigan.
On the other hand, it was also revealed how the 15-year-old will need to wait for his trial which will be in regards to the four counts that he has been charged for.
This includes first-degree premeditated murder, seven counts relating to assault terrorism, and up to 12 different weapon offenses for the horrifying attack that left four people dead and many injured.
The court also spoke about how it was now the jail’s responsibility to ensure the teen received his education as both of his parents were currently in jail too, but well isolated from him.
Both of his parents lost custody and are being charged for involuntary manslaughter for gifting their young son a weapon as a present for Christmas.
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