Report: Oxford High School shooter was allowed back to class after claiming in meeting that bloody drawing was a video game

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Even more wild details in the case of terrorist Ethan Crumbley have surfaced. According to reports, early indications that Crumbley and his parents were called to the principal ‘s office were missing some wild pieces of information. Over the weekend it emerged that during that meeting the school made Crumbley ‘s parents aware of an alleged bloody drawing that appeared to be of concern to the school.

While unclear exactly what it was Crumbley told school officials that the drawing was of no concern and that it was just a drawing of a popular video game (but it wasn’t.) Officials under that guise then sent Crumbley back to class, whereas, he shot up his school just a few hours later. School officials also revealed for the first time that there were not one but two meetings that took place.

In the first meeting, Ethan told school officials that shooting sports were major hobbies for his family. In the second, he openly claimed that a very violent and bloody drawing was a video game rather than anything to do with real life. It is one of many new shocking revelations in the case now knowing that he drew out how he was going to kill his classmates.

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