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Jeffrey Weise
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    (August 8, 1988-March 21, 2005)
    Chippewa (Ojibwe) Native American high school student
    Shot nine people to death before committing suicide (March 21, 2005)
    He killed his grandfather, his grandfather's companion, drove his grandfather's squad car (he was a cop) to his high school, Red Lake High (on an Indian reservation), killed an unarmed security guard, a teacher, and five students before turning a gun on himself.
    He wounded 14 others using two handguns, a shotgun and wearing a bulletproof vest.
    People interviewed after the shooting made statements: 'He was goth,' 'he had no friends,' 'he didn't communicate.'
    He wasn't even a student at the high school at the time. He had been placed in 'homebound' schooling for breaking rules.
    He suffered from depression and self-injury.
    He posted on Neo-Nazi Internet blogs that he was a fan of Hitler, called himself 'NativeNazi' and 'Todesengel' (German for the 'Angel of Death').
    When he was still attending school, he wore dark clothing, a trenchcoat, and combat boots with red shoelaces - and was described by fellow students as 'Columbine personified.'
    He listed his hobbies as 'Planning, Waiting, Hating.'
    His last post read 'I sacrifice no more for others, part of me has fucking died and I hate this shit. I'm living every mans (sic) nightmare and that single fact alone is kicking my ass, I really must be fucking worthless. …'
    He was a Neo-Nazi even though Nazis usually hate people of his race.
    For his blog bio he wrote: 'I’m nothin’ but your average Native American stoner. I’m mellow half the time, mostly natural, but mostly drug induced as well. I’m not a junkie, or an alcoholic, MJ is my gal’ of choice. Enough about that though, I don’t know why you’re reading this anyway. I’m gonna roll this joint so I’ll c’ya later….'
    Growing up, his alcoholic mother often beat him with 'whatever she could get her hands on' and constantly told him his 'being born was a mistake.'
    In 1997, his father got into an altercation with police and barricaded himself in his home. After an all day stand-off he committed suicide.
    In 1999, his mother and another woman got drunk and wrecked the car they were driving. She ended up with severe brain injuries and has been living since then in a nursing home.
    His struggle with his cultural identity was reflected in his postings. He once noted: 'As a result of cultural dominance and interracial mixing there is barely any full blooded Natives left. Where I live less than 1% of all the people on the Reservation can speak their own language, and among the youth wanting to be black has run rampant...Under a National Socialist government, things for us would improve vastly.'
    He was 6 feet tall, 250 pounds and was teased relentlessly at school.
    He sought help for his inner demons but the antidepressants prescribed to him could not prevent his downward spiral into his own private Hell.
    Once again experts will discuss ways to try to learn precursors to gun violence in schools, come up with preventative action plans, and leave no room for complacency.

Credit: Scar Tactics

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