Alabama Teen Kills Family, John Sisk, Mary Sisk
14-year-old Alabama boy shot and killed her family. Alabama Boy name and identification not yet released by the authorities. He has been charged with five counts of murder after confessing to shooting his family members in their Elkmont, Alabama, home, police said Tuesday.
the teen in Alabama was fighting with someone at the school. a fight was about to start and he just pulled out a gun. he didn’t kill anyone and turned himself in the next day. I think if he had killed people any news network would have jumped on it.
— Jessica (@angelxe1) September 1, 2019
Father John Sisk Age
He was 38 years old.
Mother Mary Sisk Age
She was 35 years old.
Alabama Shooting Victims
Alabama boy shot and killed Shot and killed 5 members of his family. Cause of shooting is unknown so far. The adult victims were named by authorities as John Sisk, 38 and Mary Sisk 35. The children killed were a brother of the suspect (6 months); a sister, 5; and a brother, 6. Authorities say the gun was not in the home legally. John Sisk was the teen’s father, and Mary Sisk was his stepmother.are under.
DR SAFWAT YOUSSEF
After an Alabama teen kills all his family, When will the USA politicians be convinced that the Right to Gun Ownership should be applied only to Sane Individuals? And Not to the Mentally Disabled? This will be applicable only thorough background checks,,PLEASE
— DR SAFWAT YOUSSEF (@DRSAFWATYOUSSEF) September 3, 2019
Alabama Teen Charged
Though the suspect faces five juvenile counts of murder, Young said the teen, “pending the adjudication process, could face adult charges of multiple counts of murder and/or capital murder.”
New gun laws won’t stop people who want to kill from getting a gun. Example, the shooting done by an Alabama teen this week. He had a gun illegally and used it illegally….but just make tougher laws and he could still do it illegally-er. https://t.co/G0DcudKVqm
— JC (@jcinok) September 1, 2019
Investigation Reports Alabama Elkmont Shooting
Guns don’t kill people only 14 teen-year-olds with their daddy’s gun do==The incident happened around 10:30 p.m. Monday. Around 1:15 a.m., Limestone… https://t.co/EShiUosQ8a
— John Hill (@JohnHill60) September 3, 2019