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NEBRASKA — More disturbing details are slowly emerging from the tragedy that occurred at Millard South High School In Omaha, Nebraska on Wednesday.

When 17-year-old Robert Butler Killed Vice-Principal Vicki Kaspar, and critically wounded Principal Curtis Case, his motive was unclear.

Police have since discovered that he was suspended from school that morning, after driving his car on the school’s football field and track New Year’s Day.

Yes, a woman was murdered in cold blood for suspending an errant student..After calmly accepting the suspension, the troubled teen went home to speak with his father and friends. Waiting until his father, a detective with the Omaha Police Department, left home, Butler stole his father’s service weapon, a .40-caliber semiautomatic pistol, from the closet and returned to the school to exact revenge.

Butler was called out of class at 8:10 a.m. Wednesday to meet with Assistant Principal Vicki Kaspar. He didn’t show any signs of violence as he was calmly escorted out of the school at 9:23 a.m., police said:

“He wasn’t acting like an out-of-control student at all,” Police Chief Alex Hayes said.

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