Michigan School Shooter ID: Ethan Crumbley Charged with Terrorism’

Students stand in front of a sign for Oxford High School, where a gunman killed four and injured several others (Image: AP)

The 15-year-old suspect in the Oxford High School shooting in Michigan is believed to have been identified as Ethan Crumbley and will be charged as an adult with murder and terrorism, among other charges.

Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald announced the charges against Crumbley at 2 p.m. KST on Wednesday.

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McDonald said: ‘Charging this person as an adult is necessary to achieve justice and protect the public. “Any other option would put us all at risk with this person because they could be released and still be a threat.”

Three students were killed Tuesday after a gunman opened fire for about five minutes in the school hall about 40 miles north of Detroit. They have been identified as Tate Myre, 16 years old; Hana St Juliana, 14 years old; and Madisyn Baldwin, 17 years old. Fourth victim, Justin Shilling, 17, died on Wednesday morning, bringing the death toll to four.

McDonald’s said there was evidence that the massacre was ‘more than an act of impulsiveness’.

“I’m absolutely certain, after looking at the evidence, that it wasn’t even a close call – it was completely premeditated,” McDonald said.

‘There’s a mountain of digital evidence: videotape, social media – all possible digital evidence, and we looked at it. Quite possibly, we’re confident we can show it’s a pre-interview. ‘

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Huynh Nguyen

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