Florida Teen Arrested For School Shooting Threat on Minecraft. “He’s Just a Little Boy” His Idiot Mom Says

Video By: Fox News – police body cam

Florida mother defended her son as “just a little kid playing a video game” after authorities accused the teen of threatening a mass shooting at his school — a felony in the Sunshine State.

Authorities say the unidentified male, a 15-year-old student at Seabreeze High School in Daytona Beach, wrote in a video game chat room: “I Dalton Barnhart vow to bring my fathers m15 to school and kill 7 people at a minimum.” Officials said “Dalton Barnhart” was a pseudonym and not the teen’s actual name.


First off let me say, shout out to the boys in blue. We live in such a messed up time where there are hidden cries for help going on all over the place. And as they say, hind sight is 20/20 and we look back and say “why didn’t anyone do anything? The signs were right here.” And this is a case of a teen boy, NOT in a joking manor, plotting a shooting at his school. It wasn’t “haha I’m going to do X”, it was “I’m going to the WXY in order to achieve Z.” And that is premeditated. And whoever the person was in the Minecraft server that called this in, hats off to you. Yea, you were playing Minecraft – which I won’t get into, but you also could have just saved a lot of lives. So thank you.


I don’t have a kid that I know of, but I can only imagine that if I did, I would defend them even if they were caught red handed. But this dunce in the video saying ” I know my son would never. He’s just a little kid” and “this is a joke to them, they always joke like this online.” First of all, he’s a teenager and has some sort of idea what he’s doing. Second of all, everyone says that until it’s too late. Third of all, it’s not a fucking joke. Teach your kids the difference between what is ok and what’s not. What’s a joke and what’s not. When to talk and when to bite your tongue. The police officers handled this very well, and now this little prick is going to spend some time in juvy and hopefully learn, and realize what he did was wrong. Of course everyone is innocent until proven guilty, and there’s no definite way to know if he was going to carry out what he said, but he deserves time. This is a felony, and this is a mistake he has to wear.


If you see something, say something. You don’t know what could happen, and who can be effected, by the things you never say.


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Chris P.

Drinker of booze, writer of blogs, tweeter of tweets, puncher of desks.

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