Oxford School Shooter Ethan Crumbley Sentenced

 December 9, 2023

Infamous 17-year-old Oxford, Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

In November of 2021, Crumbley entered Oxford High School and ended the lives of four students. He injured another seven.

Crumbley pleaded guilty to 24 felonies, ranging from murder to terrorism, in connection with the school shooting.

During Crumbley’s sentencing, the families of the victims who were brutally gunned down that day demanded accountability, requesting he be locked up for the rest of his entire life.

The judge heard their pleas and answered.

Crumbley will spend the rest of his days on earth behind bars.

That seems a fair price to pay for the monstrous acts he committed that fateful day.

Just before sentencing, Crumbley addressed the families of those he murdered, agreeing that he was, in fact, a monster.

“I am a really bad person. I’ve done terrible things no one should ever do, I have lied. I’ve hurt many people, that’s what I have done,” Crumbley added.

We hope the families of the victims who died that day are able to find peace knowing justice has been fairly dealt.