inside look at amish school house | School Shooting in an Amish One-Room School

inside look at amish school house | School Shooting in an Amish One-Room School

Two men read a newspaper with the headline "Death of Innocents" while standing at a roadblock near the scene of the shooting at the one-room Amish schoolhouse Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006 in Nickel Mines, Pa. Officials said a milk truck driver identified as Charles Carl Roberts IV entered the schoolhouse, let the boys and adults go free, tied up the girls and shot them execution style before committing suicide. Five girls died.

Two men read a newspaper with the headline "Death of Innocents" while standing at a roadblock near the scene of the shooting at the one-room Amish schoolhouse Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006 in Nickel Mines, Pa. Officials said a milk truck driver identified as Charles Carl Roberts IV entered the schoolhouse, let the boys and adults go free, tied up the girls and shot them execution style before committing suicide. Five girls died.

The horrible tragedy of the Amish school shooting is surely a defining event for that community in the modern age.  It has also raised the...

The horrible tragedy of the Amish school shooting is surely a defining event for that community in the modern age. It has also raised the...

God, teach me how to forgive and love this way. Amen. *********** Amish Grace and Forgiveness

God, teach me how to forgive and love this way. Amen. *********** Amish Grace and Forgiveness

Amish school shooting  On October 2, 2006, a shooting occurred at the West Nickel Mines School, an Amish one-room schoolhouse in the Old Order Amish community of Nickel Mines, a village in Bart Township of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.[1][2][3] Gunman Charles Carl Roberts IV took hostages and shot ten girls (aged 6–13), killing five, before committing suicide in the schoolhouse.[1][2][3][4] The emphasis on forgiveness and reconciliation in the response of the Amish community was widely…

Amish school shooting On October 2, 2006, a shooting occurred at the West Nickel Mines School, an Amish one-room schoolhouse in the Old Order Amish community of Nickel Mines, a village in Bart Township of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.[1][2][3] Gunman Charles Carl Roberts IV took hostages and shot ten girls (aged 6–13), killing five, before committing suicide in the schoolhouse.[1][2][3][4] The emphasis on forgiveness and reconciliation in the response of the Amish community was widely…

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