A student who claimed he was only joking about shooting teachers in his school was actually guilty of making terroristic threats, the state Superior Court ruled unanimously yesterday.

In an opinion ripe with commentary on violence in America’s schools, a three-judge appeals court panel affirmed a trial court decision adjudicating a minor identified as “B.R.” delinquent for talking about shooting teachers with a group of friends.

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