Robinson: 'Outraged Would Be An Understatement'

Perry Hall Improvement Association President Dennis M. Robinson addresses the shooting.

From Perry Hall Improvement Association President Dennis M. Robinson on :

Outraged would be an understatement. Our children should never have to be concerned for their safety, especially when they are at school. I am confident that Baltimore County police will quickly restore safety and order at the school so that the students and administrators can focus on learning. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected.

I have been following reports from credible news sources. I have also seen a lot of posts on social media that cannot be accurate because they directly contradict other information. For the sake of everyone affected, I ask everyone to please refrain from speculating about this tragedy. It is always difficult to process something like this happening so close to home. We cannot change what happened today, but we can talk to our kids about how to handle threats of violence and give them a big hug when they get home from school today and every day.

FIFA August 28, 2012 at 12:38 AM
Guns are available everywhere in our society. You are surprised? Wake up. It will not stop here. The whole country is one month away from a Columbine.
Arbutus Town Crier August 28, 2012 at 07:38 PM
Dennis M. Robinson, thank you for putting this issue that needed to be addressed. I would hate to see someone to use this site as a way to cause chaos and perpetrate there cause. We need to examine each action and root cause why someone would do this, A inanimate object will not harm anyone unless the mind of humanity corrupts a developing youths intelligence and with disregarding meaning of life


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