Adam Mikrut tweets:
— Adam Mikrut (@adammikrut) February 28, 2012
He’s right. According to CBS, T.J. Lane’s prosecutors said that Lane “chose his victims at random. This is not about bullying. This is not about drugs … This is someone who’s not well, and I’m sure in our court case we’ll prove that to all of your desires and we’ll make sure justice is done here in this county.” But this suggests his targets weren’t random at all.
I wonder if the courts will take Facebook evidence into account, or whether a tenuous online connection means anything.
• Chardon School Shooting Suspect T.J. Lane, 17, Will Be Tried as an Adult
• Suspect T.J. Lane’s Facebook Page Links to Article on Diagnosing Depression
• Chardon High School Gunman Suspect T.J. Lane’s Facebook Pics, Violent Wall Post