Parents of Marshall County High School Shooting victims call for change

\MARSHALL COUNTY, KY – Parents of the Marshall County High School Shooting say something needs to be done.

Jeff Dysinger’s daughter, Hannah was one of the victims shot that morning in the commons area.

He said something needs to be done to prevent other parents from going through what they’ve gone through.

He says, “What are our government officials doing? What are they doing to keep my child and millions of other kids safe? Because its not good enough to say I’m sorry anymore; this has become an epidemic.”

Dysinger said he was in the courtroom when the 15-year-old shooting suspect, Gabe Parker was arraigned.

He said being in the courtroom made him angry, but he felt for Parker’s parents who were also in the courtroom.

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