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TALLINN, October 27. /TASS/. A 15-year-old schoolboy has shot his German teacher dead in the Estonian town of Viljandi, local media reported on Monday.
The teenager opened fire at the 56-year-old teacher when five other students were present in the classroom.
Police detained the teenager who had never had behavior problems before. However, his latest Facebook status said, “Don't judge me because I'm quiet, no one plans a murder out loud”.
Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas said he was shocked with the killing of the teacher.
This is not the only such case that happened recently. On Friday, October 24 a high school student in Marysville, Washington, opened fire in the high school cafeteria, shooting dead one person and wounding four others before killing himself, law enforcement agencies reported. One girl was killed in the incident, four other victims remain in hospital. They are all in serious condition, and doctors are fighting for their lives.