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A New Strategy for Prosecuting School Shootings

The Daily

The New York Times

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🗓️ 7 December 2021

⏱️ 23 minutes

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Last week, after a shooting at Oxford High School in the suburbs of Detroit that left four teenagers dead, local prosecutors decided on a novel legal strategy that would extend criminal culpability beyond the 15-year-old accused of carrying out the attack. But could that strategy become a national model? Guest: Jack Healy, a national correspondent for The New York Times.

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0:00.0

From New York Times, I'm Michael Habaro.

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This is The Daily.

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0:10.7

Last week.

0:12.3

We are following the breaking news of a shooting at a high school in Oxford, Michigan,

0:16.3

outside of Detroit.

0:17.5

When the shooting was over at Oxford High School in suburban Detroit.

0:21.6

The four who lost their lives are 17-year-old Justin Schilling, 14-year-old Hannah St.

0:27.3

Giuliana, 17-year-old Madison Baldwin, and 16-year-old Take Myer.

0:32.4

The suspected shooter is a sophomore, 15-year-old classmate.

0:36.0

He is in custody this morning.

0:37.8

Local prosecutors decided on a novel legal strategy that would extend criminal culpability

0:44.4

beyond the gunman himself.

0:47.4

I spoke with my colleague, National Correspondent Jack Healy, about what's behind that strategy

0:54.0

and whether it could become a national model.

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It's Tuesday, December 7th.

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1:15.9

Jack, you have covered a depressingly large number of mass shootings.

1:21.0

And we know that because we've talked to you about a lot of them here on the daily.

1:25.4

So I'm curious what you were thinking when you learned about this latest shooting in

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Michigan.

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