T.J. Solomon

A juvenile court judge ruled today that the 15-year-old accused of opening fire on classmates at his Georgia high school should be tried as an adult. Six students at Heritage High School in Conyers, Georgia were wounded when T.J. Solomon allegedly began shooting last May 20th. Solomon could be sentenced to as many as 351 years in prison if convicted in Superior Court. Linda speaks with NPR's Kathy Lohr about the ruling.

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