Coroner Alan Gurley says Dijonae White, 14, died from the injuries suffered in the shooting. Sheriff Cecil Cantrell says White and her brother, 9, argued over a video game controller Saturday afternoon, March 17, when investigators say he shot her.
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the parents should be tried for negligence... the kid obviously knew where the gun was, and on top of that he clearly had access to the ammo as well... that is negligence if I ever heard it.
Sounds like a "grown up" screwed up on this one... How exactly did a 9 year old get a gun?
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