Jennifer Crumbley: A Mother’s Fight for Mercy After Tragedy Strikes

PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — Jennifer Crumbley, the mother of a school shooter, is facing public scrutiny and judgment as she prepares to be sentenced for her role in the 2021 Oxford High School shooting in Pontiac, Michigan. Crumbley’s attorney and family are now working to dispel the negative portrayals and labels that have been attached to her, pleading for leniency from the judge. Crumbley and her husband, James, are the first parents in America to be held criminally responsible for a school shooting committed by their child. Both are set to be sentenced on Tuesday … Read more

Unintended Consequences: Tracking Down Mothers in Safe Haven Baby Box Controversy Raises Concerns

(ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico) – Safe Haven baby boxes, designed for mothers to anonymously leave their newborns at fire stations or emergency facilities, may not be as effective as intended. In New Mexico, officials have interpreted the law to mean that they must track down these mothers, confirm their safety, and inquire about their willingness to care for the baby or if any relatives are interested. This process raises concerns about privacy and the best interests of the child. Monica Kelsey, founder of Safe Haven Baby Boxes, expressed her disbelief at the situation. She questioned why … Read more

Tragedy Strikes: Family Files Lawsuit Against School District Over Mother’s Tragic Lightning Strike Death

WINTER SPRINGS, Fla. – The Seminole County School Board and the Seminole County Board of Commissioners are facing a new lawsuit alleging negligence in the death of a woman struck by lightning while picking up her daughters from Keeth Elementary School. The lawsuit, filed by Andrew Tedesco, accuses the school district of failing to provide adequate protection outside the school, leading to his wife Nicole’s tragic accident. According to the lawsuit, Nicole was waiting for their two daughters, Ava and Gia, outside Keeth Elementary School when the family was struck by lightning. The lawsuit argues … Read more

Landmark Trial: Accusations of Deceit and Negligence Continue in Mother’s Cross-Examination at Oxford High School Shooter’s Case

PONTIAC, Mich. – The ongoing trial of Jennifer Crumbley, the mother of the Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley, has entered a crucial phase as the prosecution cross-examines her. Prosecutors have accused Jennifer Crumbley and her husband of purchasing the gun used in the deadly school shooting in November 2021. Closing arguments were presented on Friday afternoon, with the judge informing the jury that they will receive instructions on Monday before starting deliberations. During the cross-examination, Assistant Prosecutor Marc Keast confronted Jennifer Crumbley with contradictions in her previous testimony. Keast suggested that she had been … Read more