Revelations: Haunting Words from a 6-Year-Old Gunman Exposed

In a shocking revelation, search warrants recently unsealed shed light on the chilling words uttered by a six-year-old student from Virginia. The young boy had allegedly brandished a firearm at school, shooting his teacher in the classroom.

Amy Kovac, a reading specialist at Richneck Elementary School in Newport News, Virginia, recounts the horrifying incident that took place on January 6, 2023.

According to Kovac, the boy brazenly declared, “I shot that b—- dead,” moments after the shooting. Kovac, who rushed into the classroom post-shooting, managed to restrain the child until the police arrived.

The warrants, as reported by local news outlets, provide a detailed account of the incident. Kovac had heard a gunshot and saw several children fleeing the classroom.

The teacher, 25-year-old Abigail Zwerner, also ran out, bleeding profusely from her hand and upper torso. She collapsed in the front office and was immediately rushed to the hospital.

Kovac found the boy standing by his desk with the gun lying next to him on the floor.

Earlier in the day, two students had informed Kovac about seeing the boy with a gun in his backpack. Despite searching the student’s backpack during recess, Kovac and a school administrator failed to locate the firearm.

This raises serious questions about the school’s safety measures and their ability to respond to such alarming warnings.

Zwerner’s legal team has since filed a $40 million lawsuit against the Newport News School Board and certain administrators. They argue despite multiple warnings from several school employees, including Zwerner herself, the administration failed to take appropriate action before the shooting unfolded.

Zwerner recalls separating her first-grade class into two groups for a reading activity when the boy pulled out the gun. She asked him what he was doing with it, only to be answered with a gunshot.

The warrant reveals there had been multiple disciplinary incidents involving the same student, including physical violence and threats, all of which had been reported to the school administrators.

Further investigations revealed a disturbing history of violence involving the boy. His former kindergarten teacher, now retired, told police how she had been choked by the same boy in September 2021.

However, limited school records obtained from Child Protective Services did not include any information about this alleged choking incident, raising concerns about the transparency of Newport News Public Schools.

While the boy has not been charged, his mother, Deja Taylor, faces two counts: felony child neglect and a misdemeanor count of leaving a firearm in a way that could endanger a child.

Taylor’s attorney stated she was suffering from mental health issues, following an ectopic pregnancy and a miscarriage. Taylor has also pleaded guilty to federal charges related to unlawful use and possession of a firearm.

Her next court appearance is scheduled for October 18.

This article appeared in The Record Daily and has been published here with permission.

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