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Bad Fla teen killed @ library

This is a discussion on Bad Fla teen killed @ library within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; I was mainly responding to the OP's statement that if the vehicle was normally parked at school with a firearm, that's a no go in ...

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    Bad Fla teen killed @ library

    I was mainly responding to the OP's statement that if the vehicle was normally parked at school with a firearm, that's a no go in FL... I don't bring a firearm in my vehicle on school property because I haven't checked with my county yet, but if I understand it correctly, it's not always a no go down here...

    I'm behind on the details of this story and need to catch up....


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    I do not know of ANY school district in FL that allows students or personnel to park on campus with a firearm in their vehicle.
    While you can drive through to pick up or drop off individuals with a firearm in the vehicle, you just cannot park and go inside the building.
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    Steal. Don't care about the safety/handling guidelines. Whip it out in a public place. Kill a friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    I do not know of ANY school district in FL that allows students or personnel to park on campus with a firearm in their vehicle.While you can drive through to pick up or drop off individuals with a firearm in the vehicle, you just cannot park and go inside the building.
    True.
    Per 790.251, exceptions to the FL "Parking Lot" law:
    (7) EXCEPTIONS.—The prohibitions in subsection (4) do not apply to:
    (a) Any school property as defined and regulated under s. 790.115.

    Teachers/students cannot store their firearms in vehicles on school property.
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    The dummy probabably was so distraught over not being able to figure out the Dewey Decimal System that he figured life was not worth living and tried to off himself right there @ the library.
    Nobody over the Age of 12 would do something that dumb on purpose.

    Sad that he was negligent to the point that it cost him his life.
    He already knew it was loaded and would fire, from taking it to the woodlot and firing it before.

    And if the firearm WAS stolen from the teachers car, maybe he wasn't parked on school grounds.
    Stupid to leave it in the vehicle unsecured nevertheless.
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