Washington propagandize gunman was homecoming prince

October 25, 2014 - photo frame

MARYSVILLE, Wash. (AP) — Jaylen Fryberg was good favourite and athletic, a football actor named to his high school’s homecoming justice only one week ago.

He was also confronting problems, essay of some vague troubles on his Twitter feed: “It breaks me… It indeed does….”

The renouned Marysville-Pilchuck High School beginner non-stop glow in a school’s cafeteria late Friday morning, a supervision central with approach believe of a sharpened told The Associated Press.


Student Jaylen Fryberg is seen during a homecoming jubilee during Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Wash., on Friday, Oct. 17, 2014, in this still support done from video. Fryberg has been identified as a gunman who walked into his Seattle-area high propagandize cafeteria on Friday and non-stop glow though cheering or arguing, murdering one chairman and sharpened several others in a conduct before branch a gun on himself, officials and witnesses said. (AP Photo/Jim McGauhey)

One lady was killed and 4 other immature people — including dual of a gunman’s cousins — were badly bleeding before Fryberg fatally shot himself, witnesses, military and kin said.

His motives remained unclear. Some students described Fryberg as happy and social, even yet he had recently fought with a child over a girl.

Shaylee Bass, a 15-year-old sophomore, pronounced he remained dissapoint about that, though she was dumbfounded by a shooting.

“He was not a aroused person,” she said. “His family is famous all around town. He was really good known. That’s what creates it so bizarre.”

Students pronounced a gunman stared during his victims as he fired. The shootings set off a pell-mell stage as students ran from a cafeteria and building in a raging lurch to safety, while others huddled inside classrooms during a propagandize 30 miles north of Seattle.

Marysville military declined to recover a shooter’s identity, with Chief Rick Smith insisting he did not wish to “dramatize someone who perpetuated a aroused crime in a place where children should feel safe.”

But many students identified Fryberg as a gunman, and a temperament was reliable to The Associated Press by a supervision central who spoke on condition of anonymity since he was not certified to pronounce to a media.

Students and relatives pronounced Fryberg was a member of a distinguished family from a circuitously Tulalip Indian tribes and was a beginner football player. A week ago, he stood on a high propagandize lane during a team’s homecoming diversion in a vest, tie and white cincture as he was introduced as a prince, according to a video available by primogenitor Jim McGauhey.

Marysville Police Commander Robb Lamoureux pronounced a gunman died of a self-inflicted wound, though he could not yield some-more details.

Three of a victims had conduct wounds and were in vicious condition. Two unclear immature women were during Providence Everett Medical Center, and 15-year-old Andrew Fryberg was during Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, a sanatorium central said.

Another victim, 14-year-old Nate Hatch, was listed in critical condition during Harborview, a sanatorium said. Family members told KIRO-TV that Andrew Fryberg and Hatch are cousins of Jaylen Fryberg.

Witnesses described a shooter as process inside a cafeteria.

Isabella MacKeige, 18, was carrying lunch with a crony when a unexpected listened gunshots behind them.

“I listened 6 shots go off and we incited and saw people diving underneath a tables,” she told The Associated Press. “In my mind we suspicion ‘run!’ So we left my backpack, my phone and my purse and got out a doorway as quick as we could.”

Some students got harm when they tripped and fell in a chaos, she said. They ran opposite an open margin to a blockade that circles a schoolyard and climbed over.

She kept using until she felt protected and found a phone.

“I called my mom and she said, ‘stay where we are – we don’t wish to remove you,'” MacKeige said.

Brian Patrick pronounced his daughter, a freshman, was 10 feet from a gunman. She ran from a cafeteria and immediately called her mother.

Patrick pronounced his daughter said, “The man walked into a cafeteria, pulled out a gun and started shooting. No arguing, no yelling.”

A throng of relatives after waited in a parking lot outward a circuitously church where they were reunited with their children.

Patrick pronounced after a sharpened that his other daughter, a comparison during a school, was “hysterical” when she called him from her classroom.

“I thought, ‘God let my kids be safe,'” he said.

Fryberg’s Twitter feed suggested he was struggling with an unclear problem.

On Wednesday, a posting read: “It won’t final … It’ll never last.” On Monday, another said: “I should have listened. … You were right … The whole time we were right.”

Marysville-Pilchuck High School has a series of students from a Tulalip Indian tribes.

Ron Iukes, a girl advisor with a tribe, pronounced Jaylen Fryberg was from a obvious genealogical family.

“They’re genuine good people, really loving,” he said. “Jaylen was one of a good kids.”

State Sen. John McCoy, a genealogical member, pronounced a genealogical village was devastated. “We’re all associated in one figure or form. We live and work and play together.”

Hundreds of people prayed and sang songs during a church burial Friday night for victims and family members.

The Oak Harbor high propagandize football team, that had been set to play Marysville Friday night, lined a front quarrel of Grove Church in their purple jerseys. The diversion was canceled and Oak Harbor offering to give a win to Marysville.

Pastor Nik Baumgart told a crawl throng there was no book for reacting to Friday’s events.

“One impulse we’re thinking, we can do this,” Baumgart said. “Another moment, we’re thinking, how can we do this?”

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