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Thomas Nee, key member of Joe Biden’s “gun violence commission,” has a son who was convicted of plotting a Columbine-style mass murder at a school

Sipsey Street Irregulars

Sipsey Street has learned that a key member of the President’s committee to find “the solution” to school shootings, has a son who was convicted of plotting a Columbine-style school massacre — possibly with a service pistol obtained from his father. Nee is the former head of the Boston Police Patrolman’s Association and is currently the head of the National Association of Police Organizations. In short, says one source familiar with the notoriously anti-firearm Nee, “he is a political hack/thug/activist who happens to carry a badge.”

Sources point out that not mentioned in state-run media accounts of the Biden comission is that Thomas Nee’s son was arrested and convicted for plotting a Columbine-style attack on Marshfield High School in Massachusetts. Additionally, says one source, “Joseph Nee might have armed himself at one point with his father’s service pistol though that story went off the radar.”

This source continued, “As usual, the ‘solution’ will be the attempted theft of freedoms from the innocent while the root causes of these evil shootings, especially dysfunctional parents will be ignored.”

There are a ton of links out there re this story, here are a few.

Boston police eye alleged Marshfield plot suspect: Will investigate report that youth had service gun

Boston Police plan to contact authorities investigating the alleged Columbine-style attack plot at Marshfield High School to determine if a gun that one suspect allegedly showed to another student was a .40-caliber handgun issued by Boston Police.

A female student told Marshfield Police that Joseph T. Nee, one of the two suspects in the case, pulled what she thought was a black, .40-caliber handgun from his waistband as she was getting off a school bus this past spring and told her “how the school was going to be shot up,” John P. McLaughlin, an assistant Plymouth district attorney, said at Nee’s arraignment Monday.

Nee is the son of Thomas J. Nee, president of the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association, the city’s largest police union. Boston police officers carry .40-caliber Glock handguns, according to a department spokeswoman.

Joseph Nee, seen in 2004, convicted of masterminding a Columbine-style mass murder plot.

Joseph Nee convicted; is dad part of the story?

The Associated Press thinks so. The Boston Globe doesn’t. A bit of background: Joseph Nee was just convicted of conspiracy to commit murder for plotting a Columbine-style attack at Marshfield High School. Tom Nee, Joseph Nee’s father, is the head of the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association.

You could make a reasonable case for either position. Tom Nee is a public figure, but the crime is his son’s, not his.

That said, the Globe’s current approach is especially interesting in light of this October 2004 article, which posited a strong link between Joseph Nee’s legal troubles and his relationship with his father.

From COMMONWEALTH vs. JOSEPH NEE.

“In this case, the Commonwealth presented sufficient evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant entered an agreement with Kerns with the intention to commit mass murder. See Commonwealth v. Frazier, supra. Multiple witnesses testified that the defendant either initiated or assisted in the development of an elaborate plan to “shoot up” the school. There was substantial evidence that the defendant prepared to carry out the attack by learning about and experimenting with explosive devices, and attempting to acquire firearms. Moreover, the defendant attempted to recruit Courchene and others to participate in the attack and threatened to cut out the tongue of anyone who spoke about the plan to the police. From this and other evidence, the judge could properly find that the defendant in fact reached an agreement with his friends to kill people at the school. See Commonwealth v. Benson, supra.”

See also The Lost Boys.

Well, I guess they were looking for “experts” in mass murder plots and found one close to home, although the Obama administration seems loathe to point that out.

http://sipseystreetirregulars.blogspot.com/2013/01/sipsey-street-exclusive-thomas-nee-key.html

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2 Responses to Thomas Nee, key member of Joe Biden’s “gun violence commission,” has a son who was convicted of plotting a Columbine-style mass murder at a school

  1. Herb Scornwaffles says:

    Biden and psychotic violence….That Biden snarl isn’t for laughs.

  2. ET says:

    There’s a backstory here that’s not being mentioned: Were any of the implicated, on psychotropics?
    And, what was the motive given for doing what they had planned?
    Between piss poor parenting, the ‘publik ejuka-shun sistim,’ and the enforced drugging of American children, it’s a wonder we’ve lasted this long.
    Time for change, REAL change, as for instance getting government OUT of ALL education, regardless, and OUTLAWING ALL psychotropics.
    One other thing: TERM LIMITS on ALL elected, and appointed offices, i.e., one term, and you’re out, which includes immediate family keeping them from that same office for not less than 20 years.

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