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Nebraska School Shooting, Assistant Principal And Shooter Dead!

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How terrible!

At Millard South High School Assistant in Omaha, Nebraska, senior Robert Butler Jr. shot Assistant Principal Vicki Kaspar and Principal Curtis Case before police found him dead in his car.

Case is in serious but stable condition, but Kaspar was pronounced dead at Creighton University Medical Center.

Butler, who recently transferred to Millard South in the fall, was the son of an Omaha Police Department detective.

The high school senior posted the following statement on his Facebook page before the shooting:

"Everybody that used to know me, I'm sorry, but Omaha changed me and (expletive) me up and the school I now attend is even worse. You are going to hear about the evil (expletive) I did, but that (expletive) school drove me to this. I want you guys to remember me for who I was before this. I know I greatly affected the lives of the families I ruined, but I'm sorry. Goodbye."

Violence is never the answer! Such a tragedy.

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43 comments to “Nebraska School Shooting, Assistant Principal And Shooter Dead!”



  1. 1

    well, since his life was so horrible glad he's dead.



  2. 2

    Ya, its in my Local paper because i live so close. It is a horrible thing, but kids these days dont know how to act, t hey bully and & harass each other to no extent and some kids go to school each day trying to make anothers h.s life miserable….. He wasnt that type of guy to do it, he was happy and energetic and outgoing and polite and everything. if parents taught their kids how to act with others and have respect for one another, then bullying and harassment wouldnt happen. and either would these incidents….. and nice normal kids wouldnt SNAP out of anger and confusion and misery from other assholes, and thingss like this wouldnt happen



  3. 3

    "celebrity juice, not from concentrate" …wtf?
    filler.



  4. 4

    That's my home town & my older sister attend school there. She knew Dr. Kaspar. This really is such a tragedy that I'm sure has shocked that community. My thoughts & prayers are with the MSHS family.



  5. 5

    wow that's sad



  6. 6

    Re: QCGIRL

    Please, like bullying is a new thing.

    I think it's more so parents coddling their kids too much and kids don't know how to grow a backbone. Doesn't make bullying right, but good luck trying to eliminate a problem that's been around forever.



  7. 7

    Re: QCGIRL – Bullying and harassment have been around since the beginning of time. If you think faulty or bad parenting is the cause of it, you're quite foolish. Life isn't peaches and cream and if parents did teach their children that, maybe these kids wouldn't feel so entitled to selfishly take other peoples lives.



  8. 8

    High School… It's just so hard…



  9. 9

    BURNNNNNNNNN you little evil MORON!!!!!!!!!!



  10. 10

    There has been bullies in school since the beginning of school. In my older brothers days in HS they just kicked your ass. I also had my ass kicked and put up with a lot of name calling but did I reach for a freaking gun? The bottom line crazy parents raising crazy kids that don't reason or just plain bat shit crazy. This isn't a perfect world that we live in and if anyone thinks awareness of this problem is going to stop it is living in La La Land. When are people going to realize crazy means crazy? Also do you think there was no sign that this kid was off his head and I'll bet if they dug into the family's of this kid history it would all be clear.



  11. 11

    Very sad for the people he shot and their family and friends that have to suffer b/c of his actions.



  12. 12

    Re: jwr3060 – This is perez's way to feel like he isn't a bully anymore lol. PEREZ Go back to the real celebrity gossip!!! PLEASE.



  13. 13

    I think kids these days can be over sensitive just as much as kids can be insensitive.



  14. 14

    I bet he was on an "anti depressant".



  15. 15

    This is horrible, especially because I have tons of friends who still live in that area, attended the school and knew the people involved. It's never fun to go through that and to hear people like "April 20th" say they're glad he's dead shows WHY he did it in the first place.

    Sad. Being bullied after his death as well…

    My heart goes out to the families of EVERYONE involved.



  16. 16

    Re: jlwxoxo – he killed someone and put someone else in critical condition out of his own fucken selfishness and I'm supposed to feel bad for him??? pft…..i'll let you waste your emotions on sympathy for killers.



  17. 17

    That is my school, I am currenly a senior there. Everything is still a blur and I feel like I am still in this nightmare. I say this when I speak for Millard South, it is greatly appreciated that you would post this Perez to make people aware that this can happen anywhere. We need the support to move on. Dr. Kaspar was a very dedicated to her job and what she did, she was only hard on us because she wanted to see us succeed. She was polishing our rocks until they shined.



  18. 18

    Re: Wenchtits
    I 100% agree.
    It's Darwin's theory, after all- survival of the fittest/natural selection. If you grow weak kids, they're not going to make it in the real world.
    People are turning into a bunch of helpless babies that can't take any criticism or figure out a solution to problems because they've always had someone protecting them from the real world.
    If anything, that right there is what could make our species go extinct.



  19. 19

    He should have done it at Bayer Headquarters, instead. They are murderers that deserve to be shot up.



  20. 20

    Re: madisenne – aww sorry for u to go through this. must be hard to believe it actually happend

  21. Suze says – reply to this


    21

    It's sad enough that this kid felt the need to kill himself…but why did he have to kill innocent people too?



  22. 22

    everyone's life is so subjective–he was hurting and wanted others to feel his pain.
    this is just so sad.



  23. 23

    Re: April 20th – Said like a true MOMMA - I SURE HOPE YOU DON'T HAVE OFFSPRING



  24. 24

    Re: Niraha Harris – I agree. People need to realize that there is no way on earth that bullying will ever stop. No matter how much awareness there is it's not going anywhere. Learn to stand up for yourself. Everyone deals with it at some point in their lives. It's human nature. Grow a pair already.



  25. 25

    Re: QCGIRL – so you're saying it's everyone else's fault other than the one that actually did this huh? The bullies tortured him and made him "snap" out of anger and confusion? Doubt it. People that do this shit are fucked up. End of story. There's no excuse for it. NONE



  26. 26

    It's sad for both parties. I can't help but feel sorrow for people who feel the need to shoot people in this boy's situation. I've been there, but I took the harm out on myself… I wouldnt of made it unless my mom pulled me out of school. Michigan made it so people cant drop out until 18 now (because of the fuck ups in Detriot, we all suffer). Now what about the kids facing these types of problems? What if schools is making them feel like this kid did, and like I did? Those types of laws intrude on our freedom if you ask me. I was lucky to get out WAY before these laws were set in place and I am so thankful… I'm ALIVE because I was allowed out!

    I think these things are wake up signs and warnings for schools. They force people to go (literally, force students to attend school or their parents get put away) and shootings and suicides occur. Something needs to change!

    I hope both families can heal through all this. So sad.



  27. 27

    Re: QCGIRL – I agree with that!



  28. 28

    It's just funny how I know for a FACT if any of you had a child that did this, you would defend him. But with judgment on who he was and and not looking at WHY he did this. You would assume he's a killer.

    I've never been to Nebraska, nor do I know this guy or anyone else involved. It's just another result of pure ignorance that most of you fools were raised with. Assumptions. This kid was FUCKED with, he said it didn't it? If you think it's okay to mentally mess with people, then you might as well have been shot too! People get pissed if they're kids get beat to shit in school, but no big deal if they are bullied emotionally. ITS THE SAME DAMN THING! Unless you've been tormented like this kid probably was, you would have no fucking idea how that feels.

    Also, fuck you to everyone stating to "grow a back bone". Good thing to say to kids who are emotionally messed up because of parents who raise their kids to believe that. Why don't you get a heart you cold ass son of a bitches! It's not hard to raise kids with RESPECT for other human beings! I had a messed up home life sometimes too, but I didn't take it out on people at school. I didn't hurt people. Must of been real nice being perfect all through school to have that idea to just grow a backbone!

    RIP to EVERYONE involved in this. It's a fucked up world we live in and it's sad to see even more being punished by it! Also people supporting it!



  29. 29

    Re: mustbenargles – I love how you are talking about what a negative thing it is to be forced to go to school and get an education. I get that it sucks to go to school, especially when your being treated like shit by everyone or whatever, but it is complete garbage to say that being forced to go to school and not be allowed to drop out until you're 18 is imposing on your freedom. That is just about the dumbest thing I've heard. Did you graduate?



  30. 30

    Re: blonde bi-otch – I agree, this kid chose to do this himself, no one put the gun in his hand. I've been messed with as well through school; but to shoot someone never crossed my mind. Sure, I wanted to beat the living hell out of a few people… but I never did. I never even said anything back (god how I regret that).

    I wasn't raised to hurt people. And to look back and see those people as baggers are a grocery store still in the same town (yes, rich kids stuck as baggers) when I've seen and done some amazing things so far in my life… it's just great to watch them take my groceries out to my car now. I ended up with a much better life than they did.

    So in my case, I am glad it never crossed my mind. I do agree that some people are already messed up… you'd have to be to end it all by shooting others as well as yourself. I just wish he would of stuck it out and got to spite them like I spited my bullies. He never gave that a chance!



  31. 31

    It amazes me that there is so much hate going on between people commenting on this post. I live in Omaha where this happened and am appauled at the people on here and even in my own city who are arguing about this story. Everyone has their own opinion, so what good does it do to argue about it? People are now dead are you are arguing about bullying and how you shouldn't feel sorry for the guy. Number 1, no one has any idea what was going on in his life nor is anyone asking you to feel sorry for him. We may never know why this happened. What is important is for people to comfort those who were involved and the family of the vice principle that was lost. Maybe if we had a more caring, compassionate world, things like this would be a rarity. Our city is now dealing with our second shooting that made national news in 2 years. EVERYONE needs to open their eyes. Thank you Perez for posting this to help make people aware of the sad things that happen in our world. To jwr3060 - get a life of your own instead of living in the shadow of celebrities.



  32. 32

    Re: mustbenargles

    Genius, you didn't take it out on people because you grew some balls and learned to deal with it. It goes both ways.

    You'd be surprised how people turn out better when they decide to deal with situations without taking it out on others or themselves. You pretty already proved the "backbone" theory throughout all your posts.



  33. 33

    This is soo sad one of my good friends goes to this school ! i livee likee down the street from it too ! ): i drove by it yesterday at like 6 ,,, still a lot of cars were there and the police were blocking the entrance ! such a shame !



  34. 34

    i personally knew the senior he was very loving and was the one to tell you everything would be okay and that tomorrow is a new day he sent me a text telling me that i did not change him i go to millard west high school and he was very nice a smart kid in school and never got into alot of trouble he mesed up more then he will know. but i stil love him he was one of my close friends.



  35. 35

    I Live In omaha so I've been affected by this tragedy. Ive seen a lot of people saying that this was a result of bullying, which I'm sure that had some to do with it, but the alleged reason why he shot the asst principal was because she suspended him that morning. He might have committed a selfish act by shooting them and a cowardly one for shooting himself, it doesn't mean he deserved to die.

  36. @v@ says – reply to this


    36

    If things aren't going well, don't blame others. Look in a mirror, and then take steps to change it. Get help if you can't figure out how or what to change up.



  37. 37

    Suspension of 19 days seems a bit extreme to me. If that's 19 school days, that's an entire month missed.
    Can someone explain to me how suspensions help the kids?
    It has to have the opposite effect…falling behind in studies, ostracism (peers gossiping about why you're missing from school), loss of respect of those in authority…



  38. 38

    It's my understanding he was suspended for driving his car on the football field, ruining it. He was not bullied and, in fact, was well-liked among his peers. He was having troubles adjusting to the new school and the suspension set him over the edge.

    It's so tragic…this city was rocked once after the Von Maur massacre and now again with this…



  39. 39

    So sad.. I always hate to hear when the shooter takes their own lives. They should be alive to pay for their horrible actions for a long long time.



  40. 40

    Well too bad you evil little shit! This is what everyone is going to remember you for now and they all HATE you. So burn in hell you murderous pig!



  41. 41

    Robert was never bullied. He had just transfered to our school. He had friends. Nobody ever gave him a hard time, ever. He gave others a hard time. He was too confident and extremely arrogant. Yet he was a person & from my friends I guess he was an amazing person. So please do not say any harsh words about him & how he needs to "burn in hell". I loved Dr. Kaspar & Dr. Case & even though our entire school is still mourning this tragedy we would never wish bad things on Robert or his family.



  42. 42

    and also robert was suspended that morning for vandelizing school property when he did cookies on our football field. Dr. Kaspar was in charge of discipline. He went home, his dad looked up his car in the garage to punish him and left. Robert broke the bolt on the garage & took the car to school along with his dads gun & within four minutes he left the building after shooting multiple times. Nobody even knew he was suspended yet, so there was no alternative to it.



  43. 43

    Re: QCGIRL – I agree, but I believe the teachers and school administration are more to blame. You know teachers , coaches, and counselors see what goes on and yet they do nothing until it's too late. I remember teachers and principals joining in on the bullying and laughing as well. Instead of PE why don't they have a class in Humanity.