Six weeks after his 14-year-old son killed himself, a grieving Rainer Reinscheid downed some sleep medication, cracked open two bottles of wine and wrote a chilling email titled “a good plan” on how he wanted to get revenge on the people he blamed for his boy’s abrupt suicide.
Reinscheid’s son hung himself hours after being disciplined by the assistant principal at his high school in Irvine, setting the university professor on a weekslong downward spiral that authorities say included setting small fires and sending emails in which he vented his anger about school officials.
He wrote about fantasizing about buying a dozen guns, killing 200 University High students, sexually assaulting the guidance counselor and killing the assistant principal.
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Six weeks after his 14-year-old son killed himself, a grieving Rainer Reinscheid downed some sleep…
by Tactical-Life.com / Aug 2, 2012