The campus police at Georgia Tech have eliminated a knife-wielding sexual freak who had a death wish. In our feel good story of the weekend the sharp shooting law enforcement officers at Tech saved the Peach State from a student activist who demanded to be referred to in the plural, was confused about his own gender and presented a risk to those around him, New York Daily News reports:
Georgia Tech campus police fatally shot a barefoot student heavily involved in LGBTQ activism late Saturday in a tense scene that was captured on video.
The shooting victim — identified by relatives as Scout Schultz, 21, a four-year engineering student — was seen walking toward police and ignored numerous orders to drop what was believed to be a knife.
“Shoot me!” the student shouted about a minute before the shooting occurred.
…The victim’s parents question why police used deadly force.
Normal, decent people can breath a sigh of relief that no one of any value was hurt in the incident.
Lynne Schultz, Scout’s mother, called them “nonconformist and very, very bright” in a Sunday phone interview.
…Schultz, from Lilburn, Gwinnett County, was president of the campus’ Pride Alliance, a student organization for LGBTQIA students and their allies.
Scout — who planned to attend grad school and hoped to make biomedical devices — preferred they/them gender pronouns and identified as bisexual, non-binary and intersex, Lynne Schultz said.
…Pride Alliance released a statement Sunday, crediting Schultz as a “driving force” within the organization.
Schultz was clearly deranged, as evidenced by his desire to be referred to in the plural (a demand with which the NY Daily News complies even though Scout was a single human male). And he must have felt his own worthlessness deep inside, as he called upon the police to kill him. We can only hope that his actions will inspire a wave of degenerates to present themselves before the police and demand to be executed in similar fashion.