Parents of 2008 shooting victims sue Detroit district

April 8, 2010
They say the school system should have done more to prevent attack
From The Detroit Free Press: The parents of four students who were wounded -- one fatally -- in a shooting at Ford High School in Detroit in 2008 have sued the school district and two security guards for failing to prevent the incident. The shooting happened after school on Oct. 16, 2008, following a fight earlier that day.

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