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1 dead, 2 injured in Finnish school shooting, minor suspect says he was bullied

1 dead, 2 injured in Finnish school shooting, minor suspect says he was bullied

what happened on finnish campusShootingOne person died and two were injured in this case. After being arrested, the 12-year-old suspect told police that he committed the crime because he was bullied. Police said the suspect had also threatened three other students from another school at that time, so further investigation would be conducted.

On the 2nd, a shooting took place at Viertola School in Vantaa, a suburb of Helsinki, the capital of Finland. In this, a 12 year old boy died and two 12 year old girls were seriously injured. He is still undergoing treatment in the hospital. hospital. After committing the crime, the suspect was arrested that day in Siltmäki, a suburb about 4 kilometers from the school.

Finnish police confirmed that the suspect was a 12-year-old Finnish citizen. The boy who died and the injured girl were also Finnish citizens, and one of them had dual Kosovar nationality.

The Finnish National Broadcasting Corporation (YLE) reported that the 12-year-old suspect was a new student and had just entered the school at the beginning of the year and had attended the school for about 11 weeks.

The report quoted Finnish police as saying that a preliminary examination of the suspect’s mobile phone and computer showed that the shooting should have been planned in advance, but did not disclose further details. How the gun was obtained is still under investigation. The police appeal to all sections of the society not to believe or spread rumors regarding the firing incident in the community to avoid breaking the law.

Following the incident, Vietola School continued to operate, with students attending school as usual, but class time was reduced, and “crisis managers” were deployed to each classroom to discuss the incident and their feelings with students. to be done.

Vantaa City BasicsEducation BureauDirector Ilka Kalo said she hopes all students can come to school and that parents can discuss what happened at school with their children at home. Students can continue the discussion with their teachers after coming to school. If necessary, normal studies may be suspended first. The needs of the students have been given priority in everything.

Vantaa City Government also held an emergency meeting after school to discuss the incident with parents and students, and provided assistance to students and families affected by the incident.

Finland has previously experienced two school shootings, in 2007 and 2008. The suspects were 18 and 22 years old respectively and both committed suicide after committing the crime.