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  I just read about it locally and I thought I was concerned before and  there was a lockdown last month at the elementary school in Hernando.    Questions  raced through my mind.  Did he visit his grandma here often?  Are they from the area?
 There was a lone unidentified indvidual wandering the grounds at my daughter's school.   This has happened more than once this year.  
My mind was and still racing for answers.  But the same question keeps emerging
Why have all of those weapons?

I thought to myself, who knocks on the grandma's door and asks how they feel?
She is 78 years old.  She just lost her daughter and now the focus of a horrible tragedy that took the life of her daughter.  That bothered me as well.  No one should do that at this time.

Why did the Mother have all of those weapons?
Since the grandmother resides in Hernando County, this will fall on Rich Nugent's head as a congressman as far as the discussion of gun violence.   Let me explain.  Rich Nugent was the sheriff in Hernando County for many many years before becoming the
congressman for the 5th district.  He is Ted Nuggent's cousin and republican tea partier.   The focus can turn to Florida regarding many issues.

I know there are many questions...more investigations and this killer is one of many out there with weapons.  Here is the link

link to Florida

A grandmother of the suspect — who is also the mother of the slain teacher — was too distraught to speak when reached by phone at her home in Brooksville
I feel so badly for this 78 year old grandmother who is a victim as well.  Rich Nuggent, local tea partier congressman and former sheriff of Hernando County will be at the table of talks, and I would bet on it.  Nuggent is a very avid NRA supporter

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