OXFORD, Mich. — New details have come to light regarding evidence against 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley, the accused Oxford High School shooter.
In a letter sent to Crumbley’s defense team, prosecutors reference a 128GB flash drive loaded with hundreds of documents.
The contents of those documents reportedly include the shooting victims’ medical records, photos of their clothes, a photo depicting the suspect’s loaded firearm, and photos showing the high school’s interior taken not long after the shooting.
The prosecutors’ letter is being used as evidence in a civil lawsuit.
Metro Detroit Attorney Geoffrey Fieger is suing on the Franz familiy’s behalf, whose daughters survived the deadly shooting. The suit names the district and a number of school officials, claiming they failed to address warning signs before the shooting took place.
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