Oxford leaders immune to liability in school massacre, district lawyer says

Robert Snell
The Detroit News

Detroit — Oxford Community School officials will claim they are immune from a $100 million lawsuit filed by survivors of the nation's deadliest school shooting since 2018 that left four students dead and seven people wounded, according to a federal court filing Wednesday.

The strategy was revealed by school district lawyer Timothy Mullins in a legal response seeking to block the issuance of subpoenas that would give lawyers for two survivors access to surveillance footage and other evidence from the Nov. 30 shooting.

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