Arlington Texas School Shooter Released on Bail

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The black 18-year-old school shooter who opened fire in an Arlington, Texas, school on Wednesday, injuring four people, two of whom are in critical condition, was RELEASED on $75,000 bail today.

Timothy George Simpkins, 18, has been charged with three counts of aggravated assault for firing a .45 caliber gun during a fistfight at school on Wednesday morning, before fleeing in his Dodge Charger. Arlington Assistant Police Chief Kevin Kolbye said during a news conference Wednesday afternoon that the shooting stemmed from a fight that broke out in a classroom.

Oddly, as soon as the media figured out the shooter was black, the story seemed to die quicker than a coronavirus patient on a ventilator!

Of course, as usual, the family claims he was a good boy and was only acting out because he was being bullied over being financially “blessed”, having fancy clothes, and a $35,000 car. “He was able to get things that other teenagers cannot have, because he wore nice clothes because he drove nice cars, he was like a target,” said the shooter’s mother.

On top of being released, he is not even being charged with attempted murder. Instead, Simpkins is facing three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

The sister of the teacher who was wounded was disgusted by his release. She tweeted a video of him walking out of the jail and said: ‘How does this keep managing to get worse?’ 

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