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How sad is this – a reflection of the desperate our society is in, as is mentioned at the end of the audio clip discussing this. Everybody is “too scared to interfere” – understandably, considering the article “Homosexual agenda can’t make ‘fearless one’ tremble” as an example. What if you’re branded a homophobe, fired etc? Thankfully this gay propaganda (and I’m not in the mood to tippy-toe around this issue) isn’t pervasive all around the world yet, but America is very effective in exporting their ideologies – thanks mostly to Hollywood I’m sure.

LA Times: McInerney shot King in a school computer lab at E.O Green Junior High in Oxnard in February 2008, after days of conflict between the boys. Students and teachers at the trial testified that King had been dressing in women’s accessories and wearing makeup, and was flirting aggressively with male students on campus who did not want the attention.

School administrators sent a memo advising teachers to give King his space, but to report safety problems. Teachers at the trial testified that when they tried to report growing tensions between King and several boys, school leaders shunned them.

The victim’s mother, Dawn King, revealed for the first time Monday that she had contacted school officials four days before the shooting in an effort to solicit their cooperation in toning down her son’s behavior. The boy had been taken from the Kings’ home two months earlier by authorities because of problems at home.

She said she was told that her son had a civil right to explore his sexual identity.

“I knew, gut instinct, that something serious was going to happen,” she said. “They should have contained him, contained his behavior.”

Prosecutors said the first trial showed that the case was too emotional to take to trial a second time.

“The first jury was unable to keep their emotions out of it,” Ventura County Chief Deputy Dist. Atty. Mike Frawley said. “This really tugged powerfully at people’s hearts.”

See also: “Brandon McInerney gets 21 years: School faulted in gay teen slaying

Listen to full audio here.