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School Shootings

written by: silverqueen
 
A quiz on some of the deadliest school shootings in history.

Question 1:


At 11:10 on Tuesday April 20, 1999, two students entered Columbine High School and in about 48 minutes massacred twelve students and a teacher. Who are the two students responsible for one of the deadliest school shooting in the history of the United States?
Woodham and Harris
Mines and Woodham
Klebold and Kinkel
Harris and Klebold

Question 2:


Michael Moore won an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature for his film about the Columbine High School massacre. What activity that both shooters took part in did Michael Moore incorporate in the title of his film?
Bowling
Paint Ball
Video game ' Doom '
Target Shooting

Question 3:


Marc Lepina, a student of the Ecole Polytechnique in Quebec, Canada shot and murdered fourteen people on December 6, 1989. What group of people did Marc Lepina stalk and kill that day?
Blacks
Women
Engineering students
Teachers

Question 4:


Charles Carl Roberts entered a schoolhouse in Nickel Mines and shot ten students and teachers, killing five. To what peaceful religious group did the victims belong?
Mormons
Quakers
Amish
Anabaptist Brethren

Question 5:


The Virginia Tech Massacre is the deadliest school massacre is the history of the United States.
True
False

Question 6:


In May 2002 the Secret Service published a report about similarities in school shootings. What was NOT one of the findings of the report?
That most attackers had access to weapons.
That attackers violence was sudden and impulsive.
Before the attack, others were aware of the planned attack.
Most attackers felt bullied or persecuted.

Question 7:


The term 'Trenchcoat Mafia' is associated with which school shooting?
Kent State
Heath High School
Virginia Tech
Columbine High School

Question 8:


The opening day of school in the town of Baslan, a part of the Russian Federation, turned into a day of horror for the small village. Terrorists held the children and parents hostages for three days until a bloody gun battle between the terrorists and the Russian security forces ended in a bloodbath that shocked the world. Who were the terrorists that caused the death of at least 386 people, 186 of the dead being children?
Chechen Separatist
Al-Queda
Kurds
Chechen Loyalist

Question 9:


What was the name of the student and former marine who shot and killed fourteen people from the tower of the main building of the University of Texas?
John Wayne Gacy
Charles Whitman
Richard Stark
Jeffery Weise

Question 10:


On April 3, 1962 sixteen-year-old Brenda Ann Spencer fired on the Cleveland Elementary School in San Diego killing the principal and school custodian and wounding eight children. What was the reason Brenda Ann Spencer gave the police when she was asked to explain her motives?
I had to get some sleep. The kids just kept screaming and yelling.
Somebody had to shut those monkeys up!
Those brats have called me names for the last time.
I don't like Mondays.

 


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