On Thursday, a 12-year-old girl brought a semi-automatic pistol to Sal Castro Middle School. It went off apparently by accident, and wounded four students and one adult. It has parents wondering about the district’s security measures. How was a 12-year-old able to bring a gun on campus? Are the current random searches effective and fair?
LAUSD security gets a closer look after middle school shooting
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