the teachers themselves tell us to report any kinds of threats even if they were just playin around and yet when they did, no one believed.—
Dania. (@Dee_Lovely7) January 12, 2013
As Twitchy reported on Thursday, at least two students at Taft High School tweeted concerns about alleged shooter Bryan Oliver on December 15, 2012.
Can everyone please start kissing Brian Oliver's ass? I don't really feel like being shot even though I am super nice to him.—
Allie Who (@beezygioni) December 15, 2012
The above tweets were posted nearly four weeks before Thursday’s shooting took place.
Many Taft High School students believe that school administrators should have done more:
What happened today was a tragedy. but serious it could have been prevented.
Taft High, OPEN YOUR FUCKING EYES—
dnavarro❤⚓ (@desiraealexis_) January 11, 2013
I like how Taft High makes a bigger deal about stealing a corn dog in the lunch line, but making a hit list they don't do nothing.—
Kevin Chavez (@TryForSaturday) January 10, 2013
I love Taft High but this was there fault.—
Kevin Chavez (@TryForSaturday) January 11, 2013
As we noted in our Thursday post, at least one student met with Vice Principal Rona Angelo in connection with her tweets about the threat posed by Oliver.
Bryan Oiliver's a fucking bastard. So is angelo. How many times did i call this out? HOW MANY TIMES fuck—
Allie Who (@beezygioni) January 10, 2013