BIRMINGHAM – Basisscholier Javon Davies from Birmingham, Albama sums up his most important possessions on opposite WIAT: “Playstation, computer games, tv and cat’. He does this not without reason: he has made a will, to be sure. For if he is killed during a shooting at the school.
“I’ve just made in the event that something happens,” he says. “Some children are sometimes herriemakers and can then, for example, someone shooting or something.”
In the heartbreaking letter, he leaves everything to his best friend. But he also has a message to his family. “Dear family. I love all of you. Julie gave me clothes given and supporting me always. Love Javon.”
Mother Mariama Davies had to cry by the action of her son. But also due to the fact that shootings in school are now so worried for the American youth that he has even the unthinkable has devised.
“It’s really heavy, because he is still so young. He would totally not doing that. He is in group 8. You still have a life for you and you should not be doing, let alone there is also a time to think about it.”