On Tuesday, February 6th, a Michigan jury found 45-year-old Jennifer Crumbley guilty of four counts of involuntary manslaughter for the school shooting carried out by her son, Ethan Crumbley. In November 2021, 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley opened fire at Oxford High School, wounding 7 and killing 4 students. Prosecutors argued that Jennifer ignored my warning signs that could have prevented the shooting from taking place.

WJR Detroit Senior News Analyst Marie Osborne lays out the arguments made in court. She discusses why this landmark case is so important and explains the legal precedent it sets for parental accountability in future school shootings.

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