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Oxford High School shooting evidence including surveillance released

Oakland County Circuit Judge Ray Lee Chabot on Thursday at Oakland County Sheriff's Office, County, Oxford Community School District with evidence related to school shootings in November (video footage) Signed an order to publish (including). Oxford High School in Michigan. The

ruling was part of acivil proceeding filed by a family of shooting victimsagainst school officials, shooter Ethan Cranby and his parents. According to court documents, the victim's family summoned records related to the shooting and surrounding incidents, but the school district did not submit the documents by the deadline.

PHOTO: A memorial outside of Oxford High School continues to grow, Dec. 3 2021, in Oxford, Mich.

The monument outside Oxford High School grew on December 3, 2021 Continues. Oxford, Mississippi

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School student Ethan Cranby has been charged with 24 counts after allegedly shooting and killing four of his classmates on November 30.

His parents, Jennifer and James Cranby, have also been charged with four counts. Of a reluctant slaughter after allegedly failing to recognize warning signs about his son months before the shooting.

All three Crumbleys pleaded not guilty. Judge Kwame Rowe postponed theEthan Crumbley trial to next year on Thursday.

The victim's family requested Judge Chabot to order the school district, Oakland County, and the Oakland County Sheriff's Department to hand over evidence.

PHOTO: Parents walk away with their kids from the Meijer's parking lot in Oxford where many students gathered following an active shooter situation at Oxford High School in Oxford, Mich., Nov. 30, 2021.

Parents are children from the Meyer parking lot in Oxford, where many students gathered. Leaving with us on November 30, 2021, following an active shooter situation at Oxford High School in Oxford, Mississippi.

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The district and sheriff departments have filed requests to stop publishing evidence, but Chabot has rejected those requests.

"We fully expect the Oakland County / Oakland County Sheriff's Office's Oxford Community School to fully comply with the law and Judge Chabot's orders. Clients have to wait at least 7 months. , Confirmed its own complete investigation. Eyes; it's long enough, "Ben Johnson, a lawyer for the victim's family, said in a statement to ABC News.

Sheriff Michael Bushar, who led the shooting investigation, told ABC News that he would meet with a lawyer before deciding on a timeline for the release of the footage.

Mr. Bushar said it was okay to follow the judge's orders, but when the video was released, efforts were made to have the jury sit in a trial against the shooter and his parents scheduled later this year. He expressed concern that it could be complicated. ..

The events surrounding the shooting when the Oxford Community School District adopted a guide post solution on Wednesday. Varnum method for investigating. The district said it would make all materials and information available to the research team.

The district said the guide post will be shared with the board and school managers, as well as with the community.

"Of course, such an independent investigation takes time. We do not sacrifice the integrity of the investigation in the artificial timeline. That said, the investigation. The team is ready, speeding up and preparing to get started, and they do and complete their work with careful attention and speed, "said Tom Donnelly, Chairman of the Board of Education. I mentioned it in a letter to the community. The

district also said it would launch a website covering the response to shootings that are expected to be live in about a month. We have also set up secure emails that allow students, family members, and community members to share information and request meetings with investigators.