Boy (16) who was shot gets punishment for protest
middletown - It feels like he is 'crashed again'. That tells the 16-year-old Cooper Caffrey, who was shot down at his school in 2016 and is now being punished for participating in a protest against weapons and shootings.
Two years ago, Caffrey was shot out of nowhere. He was eating chicken nuggets. Lying on the ground, he saw students running past him, hoping someone would say that everything is OK again, a local news station describes. Now, two years later, he ran into a protest march to demonstrate against shootings like those in Florida.
The 43 students who gave up and protested must apologize. They also had to stay behind. 'It was like I was shot again', Cooper told his father afterwards, writes the Enquirer.
His father lays down. 'The whole purpose of a 'walkout' is to protest against the prevailing order. I did not expect that established order to support that, 'says Marty Caffrey, who emphasizes that she is grateful for the help of school after his son was shot.
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