The shooter at Oxford High School claims that he chose the weapon that he used to kill 4 people and that he handed his father the money to buy it for him.

The Oxford High School shooter claimed to have chosen the weapon his father had purchased for him. Additionally, he claimed that he handed his father the cash to purchase the nine-millimeter weapon. On Monday, the accused shooter entered a guilty plea to all 24 charges. He now faces a life sentence. Subscribe to our daily newsletter to receive exclusive analysis, news, and trends in your inbox. Thank you for registering! The shooter who killed four people on November 30, 2021, at Oxford High School in Michigan claimed he chose the weapon he used in the attack and provided his dad money to buy it for him.

On Monday, the now-16-year-old responded to questioning from the prosecution regarding the shooting in Oakland County Circuit Court.
The shooter said “yes” when asked if his father, James Crumbley, had bought the pistol used in the attack on November 26, 2021.

The teen also said “yes” when asked by the prosecution if he had chosen the weapon and provided his father the cash to buy it. Where the adolescent received the cash to buy the gun is unknown.

The shooter was also questioned by the prosecution about whether the nine-millimeter weapon he had used was locked away. The shooter said it wasn’t.

Karen McDonald, the prosecutor for Oakland County, Michigan, var viewsCacheL10n = {"admin_ajax_url":"https:\/\/www.dailymailpost.com\/wp-admin\/admin-ajax.php","post_id":"1036"};