Hero coach confronts student with a gun | ABC News

Newly released video shows dramatic moments of the coach disarming a student with a shotgun.

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37 thoughts on “Hero coach confronts student with a gun | ABC News

  1. You can get a pretty good guage on a culture by looking at two key points, how they treat their criminals, and what happens to those criminals once they leave the system.

    Yeah America rates low. Like really low.

    Criminals are in most cases made up of, those who felt they had little else to turn to aside from crime,

    and those who never received the help they needed, whether mentally or developmentally. In whole, criminals of a society best represent a societies biggest mistakes, where they failed to do their best and had to incarcerate.

    Now, what does it say about a person when they take that failure, beat it out back, throw it onto the streets in rags, and then watch as that failure come crawling back to do the same thing again?

  2. Isn't it sick that small kids can get assess to such big guns or any gun.
    I am from India and i know some people might criticize me my opinion but in our country gun laws are very strict , its not like you can visit any mall to get a assault rifle. There are 5-6 levels of buerocratic cheaks to providing license .

    Seriously a country like US is supposed to lead others ,but this makes me sick 🤢

  3. I cant help but feel sorry for the shooter, dude really was going to kill himself in front of his fellow students. That would’ve cause some serious trauma. I hope he got the help he needed

  4. this is pretty much the best possible outcome; no casualties, and instead of beating up or harming the shooter someone takes the gun and hugs him knowing he's in a rough enough spot to take other's lives.

  5. the possibility of what bullied kids gonna do is murder their bully and their classmate who also make fun of them and teachers who didn't help them, i'm always watching the quiet kid in my class got mocked and bullied, i want to help him but i can't (bcs i know i'll be the next target:/ ) to think the possibility he can bring a gun to school w/o no one knowing it really scares me

  6. Sometimes, this is the parents fault. Either your kid is incredibly good at covering up his hate for humanity, his depression, anger, etc., or you're just a bad parent who doesn't notice or care. Instead of fighting school shootings with more anti-gun bullshit, you need to target the source, which is mental health. This should be a group effort between parents, teachers, and other adults to communicate with each other when something seems off.

  7. Guys before you do something that you might think is "funny" think first at the end of the day we all struggle the same but just a little different. Little things like talking to someone can make a difference, that hug changed that kid he felt wamted for the first time, In probably a long time

  8. Giving this coach way too much credit. Looks he yanked the gun from a mentally unstable overweight child. Didn’t wanna be touched by the kid but then let the kid hold on to him until police arrived. At no point did I really see compassion from the coach.

  9. But but but… Guns prevent crimes. Sure bro. 2. amendment. Our country has about 40 guns per hundred, but gun are for really grown ups and for hunting or practical shooting. Not for carrying them on streets. +you need to prove your mental health every now and them.

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