Police say a foreign exchange student who was arrested on suspicion of threatening to shoot up his school had built a gun and had over 1,600 rounds of ammunition, CBS Philadelphia reports. An Tso Sun — an 18-year-old foreign exchange student from Taiwan who was studying at Monsignor Bonner Archbishop Prendergast Catholic High School — had hundreds of rounds for an AR-15, an AK-47 and a 9 mm handgun he built himself from parts purchased online. The parts are virtually untraceable.
Sun was allegedly planning to unleash carnage on the school on May 1. Court records show he told a classmate about the possible attack, who in turn blew the lid off the plan once he alerted a school employee.
Good job by all involved… especially the classmate who told the school authorities.
I am going to say this slowly… No guns were removed from law abiding citizens in the arrest of this individual. No discussion of gun control legislation was necessary.
It just took a classmate who responded to evil, and authorities that did their job (which did not occur in FL).
Also – if the TV media that uses kids in times of chaos to push an agenda… if they are really interested in helping the issue – then push this story – and let those thinking about committing these crimes know that people are on their case – and they will be punished.