Omaha school administrators shot by student

Police say a student at an Omaha high school shot two administrators in the school early Wednesday afternoon. A principal and an assistant principal were shot by Robert Butler, Junior, a 17-year-old high school senior. Police say Butler killed himself. His body was found in a car about a mile from the school. Millard South has about two-thousand students. Parents gathered at a church across the street, anxiously trying to contact their children inside the high school.
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The school was placed on lock down and students were told to take cover. Another mother standing across the street from the school described her emotions to a reporter.
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Butler’s father is an Omaha policeman. However, Butler was new to the Omaha school, transferring in from a school in Lincoln, Nebraska. Butler left an expletive-laced message on his Facebook page before the shootings, saying the new school had “changed” him and “drove” him to commit the “evil” act.