(RightIsRight.co) – In an act of shocking and horrific brutality, a Spanish teacher at Fairfield High School in Fairfield, Iowa, was murdered, and law enforcement authorities allege that her killers are two of her students.
According to KCCI Television in Des Moines, Iowa, the teacher, Nohema Graber, was found slain in a local town park, and “two Fairfield students, 16-year-olds Jeremy Goodale and Willard Miller, are charged with killing Graber [and] remain in jail on $1 million bond each.”
Police are still not sure why Goodale and Miller carried out such a horrendous act but, astonishingly, police detectives acknowledge that they are investigating whether the suspects were angry about grades they had received from Graber.
These two monsters killed a beloved Spanish teacher, a long time educator at Fairfield High School in Iowa.
Anger and violence are everywhere! What is happening with the United States ?
Our deepest condolences to the family, friends and loved ones of Mrs. Nohema Graber. pic.twitter.com/NN5plbtRn0
— Empire City Magazine (@EmpireCityMag) November 5, 2021
In a horrendously sad twist of fate, Graber had attended a Day of the Dead display celebrating Mexican heritage just the day before with a colleague and had commented about the event, saying, “we all know we are going to die. It’s our way of laughing at death.”
If the evidence pans out as criminal justice authorities believe will be the case, Graeber was slain less than 24 hours after making that observation – killed by the very children she was educating so they could have a better future.
If found guilty, what punishment should the two students receive in your opinion? Would the death sentence be appropriate?
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