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Prosecutors recommend at least 10 years in prison for parents of Michigan school shooter

  • Two parents in Michigan face at least 10 years in prison for their involvement in a school shooting, marking the first criminal responsibility of its kind in the U.S.
  • The parents, convicted of involuntary manslaughter, failed to prevent the tragedy and will be eligible for parole consideration after serving a minimum sentence.
  • Despite not knowing their son's plan, the parents neglected to secure a gun and address his mental health, resulting in harsh consequences.
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