Texas School Shooting Suspect Out On Bail, Claims He Acted In Self-Defense Against Bullies

Police secure the school grounds after a shooting at Mansfield Timberview High School in Arlington, Texas, October 6, 2021. © REUTERS/Jeremy Lock


The 18-year-old arrested for shooting three people at Timberview High School in Arlington, Texas has been released on a $75,000 bail after less than a day in jail. His attorney insists this wasn’t a “standard” school shooting.

Timothy George Simpkins walked out of the Tarrant County jail on Thursday, and into a white Mercedes sedan, without talking to reporters. He was released by County Magistrate Judge Brooke Panuthos into house arrest enforced by a GPS monitor, and told he had to undergo drug and alcohol testing and stay away from four individuals the media have identified as victims of Wednesday’s incident.

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