School shooter pens letter from prison about gun policy

In 2004, Jon Romano entered Columbia High School in East Greenbush, New York, and fired two rounds from a pump-action shotgun before he was tackled and stopped by his school's assistant principal. No one was killed. In a letter to the Times Union in Albany, Romano praised the Parkland student activism and says he wants to advocate for gun safety and mental health reform upon his release.


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