Mitchell Golden
Mitchell Golden
Mitchell Scott Johnson and Andrew Douglas Golden (born May 25, 1986) are former middle school students who on March 24, 1998 committed a massacre at Westside Middle School in unincorporated Craighead County, Arkansas, United States, near Jonesboro. A total of five people, four female students and a teacher, were killed. Ten people, nine students and one teacher, were injured.
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Paul Krugman and the European Austerity Myth
Cato @ Liberty - almost 5 years
By Daniel J. Mitchell With both France and Greece deciding to jump out of the left-wing frying pan into the even-more-left-wing fire, European fiscal policy has become quite a controversial topic. But I find this debate and discussion rather tedious and unrewarding, largely because it pits advocates of Keynesian spending (the so-called “growth” camp) against supporters of higher taxes (the “austerity” camp). Since I’m a big fan of nations lowering taxes and reducing the burden of government spending, I would like to see the pro-tax hike and the pro-spending sides both lose (wasn’t that Kissinger’s attitude about the Iran-Iraq war?). Indeed, this is why I put together this matrix, to show that there is an alternative approach. One of my many frustrations with this debate (Veronique de Rugy is similarly irritated) is that many observers make the absurd claim that Europe has implemented “spending cuts” and that this approach hasn’t worked. Here is what Prof. Krugman just wrote ab ...
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What’s your favorite house on TV or in a movie? Mitch Evers’ ranch house in “The Parent Trap” (1961) here Blogs - almost 5 years
“The Sound of Music” is on. Capt. Von Trapp’s estate is great, but it’s not my favorite movie house. That would be California rancher Mitch Evers’ ranch house, with awesome courtyard, in “The Parent Trap” (1961). Here’s a great room-by-room commentary on Mitch’s Golden Oak Ranch house, with stills from the movie, at the Hooked on Houses blog. (Scroll down to get to the ranch house; the blogger starts out with the Boston townhouse also in “The Parent Trap.” What’s your favorite fictional home?
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College football locals: Sept. 23, 2011 - Naples Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
Tony Mitchell (Golden Gate), Westminster (Mo.), freshman, wide receiver, No. 1 -- Mitchell did not play in the 25-20 win over Grove City. Nick Muegge (South Fort Myers), Methodist (NC), freshman, offensive lineman -- The Monarchs were off
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College football locals: Sept. 16, 2011 - Naples Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
Tony Mitchell (Golden Gate), Westminster (Mo.), freshman, wide receiver, No. 1 -- Mitchell did not register any stats in the 36-26 win over Northwestern (Minn.). Nick Muegge (South Fort Myers), Methodist (NC), freshman, offensive lineman -- Muegge did
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College football locals: Sept. 9, 2011 - Naples Daily News
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Tony Mitchell (Golden Gate), Westminster (Mo.), freshman, wide receiver, No. 1 -- Mitchell did not play in the 51-24 win over Rockford. Nick Muegge (South Fort Myers), Methodist (NC), freshman, offensive lineman -- Muegge did not play in the Monarchs'
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College football locals: Sept. 3, 2011 - Marconews
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82 Tony Mitchell (Golden Gate), Westminster (Mo.), freshman, wide receiver, No. 1 Sean O'Regan (Lely), St. Norbert (Wis.), sophomore, quarterback, No. 12 Mike Pinter (Palmetto Ridge), Knox (Ill.), junior, quarterback, No. 9 Robbie Rakoski (Lely),
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Three win Goldman Scholarships - Salisbury Post
Google News - over 5 years
“It is only fitting that a top academic achiever like Julie be recognized by Golden Key,” said John W. Mitchell, Golden Key's Chief Executive Officer. “Our members are inspired and motivated to not only achieve exceptional academic accomplishments,
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Texas Class 5A All-District Baseball - MaxPreps
Google News - over 5 years
... Odessa High; Mitchell Golden, senior, Abilene High; Tyler Reynolds, senior, Midland Lee; Marshall Miller, senior, San Angelo Central; Clay Adams, sophomore, Odessa Permian; Jake Holifield, senior, Midland High; Designated Hitter — Alex Wooliscroft
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Spotlight on Bulls duo - Times LIVE
Google News - over 5 years
Hopefully when the pressure comes on this weekend, everyone understands what their jobs are and we'll be able to keep them out." Tonight the Pumas host Griquas in Nelspruit. In the weekend's other match John Mitchell's Golden Lions come up against the
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NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: Additional titles of interest: Additional titles of interest: THE COVERED WAGON: And Other Adventures. By Lynn H. Scott. Foreword by Charles Kuralt. University of Nebraska. $12.95. (Ages 8 and up) The Scott family loaded two wagons and left their farm near St. Paul, Neb., for Thermopolis, Wyo., in 1906, but the memory is still fresh in the
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NYTimes - over 31 years
WHEN Aubrey and Harriet Moss get the urge to eat out, as they do about three times a week, they often consult their current and back issues of The Restaurant Reporter, a newsletter devoted to reviews of New York City restaurants. ''Their taste is somewhat similar to ours,'' said Mr. Moss, a businessman who lives in Oradell, N.J., and usually
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mitchell Johnson and Andrew Golden
  • 2016
    In February 2016, ABC News reported online that Johnson was released in July 2015 into the custody of the US Probation Office for the Southern District of Texas and placed in a drug rehabilitation program.
    More Details Hide Details The office did not respond to ABC News' multiple requests for comment. It was pointed out that Johnson and Golden were the only two living "school shooters" who were not incarcerated.
  • 2011
    He will likely remain incarcerated well into his thirties but was eligible for parole from his Arkansas sentence in 2011, after which he must serve the four-year federal sentence.
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  • 2010
    In February 2010, the Arkansas Supreme Court granted Johnson leave to appeal his sentence by saying that the trial judge should not have admitted evidence of the juvenile convictions during the sentencing phase of the theft and possession trial.
    More Details Hide Details Johnson will have to complete his federal sentence of four years after serving his 18-year state sentence.
  • 2009
    On January 23, 2009, Johnson was sentenced to six additional years in prison for an additional charge of theft by receiving and financial identity fraud for using the stolen card to purchase a meal from a local Burger King.
    More Details Hide Details Circuit Judge William Storey told Johnson, "You continue to run afoul of the law. I am hopeful this is the last time." That brought Johnson's combined state sentences to 18 years.
  • 2008
    On November 14, 2008, Johnson, now 24 years old, was sentenced to 12 years in prison for the theft charge and misdemeanor possession charges.
    More Details Hide Details Although Johnson could have faced up to 30 years, the sentence of 12 years was chosen because Johnson technically had no criminal record from the Jonesboro shooting.
    On October 7, 2008, Johnson pleaded guilty to a felony theft charge and misdemeanor possession of marijuana.
    More Details Hide Details Johnson admitted that he stole a debit card left by a disabled man at the Bentonville gas station where he worked and subsequently used it to purchase a meal at a local Burger King. He also admitted that at the time he was arrested, he was in possession of marijuana.
    On September 2008, US District Judge Jimm Larry Hendren sentenced Mitchell Johnson to four years in prison on the weapon and drug charges.
    More Details Hide Details During his sentencing, the judge expressed dismay that Johnson had not taken advantage of the chance he had to go straight.
    In February 2008, just days after his conviction, Johnson was arrested again, now for possession of marijuana at the convenience store he worked at and on suspicion of using a stolen credit card.
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    Johnson's trial began on January 28, 2008.
    More Details Hide Details After two days of testimony from the prosecution and the defense witnesses, Johnson was found guilty on a charge of possessing a weapon while being a drug user.
  • 2007
    Golden was released on May 25, 2007, also his 21st birthday, after spending nine years in prison.
    More Details Hide Details Golden's precise whereabouts were unknown until he applied for a concealed weapon permit in Arkansas on October 7, 2008, under the name he now uses, Drew Douglas Grant. His application was denied by the Arkansas State Police, who noted that Golden had lied on the application about his previous residences and declared it was illegal for Golden to own or possess a firearm. The assumed name that Golden was using had been unknown up until this point due to a gag order, but police were able to tie Andrew Golden to Grant through fingerprint records during the background check for the permit. Golden completed his civil case deposition on May 6, 2008.
    Johnson was indicted by a federal grand jury on October 24, 2007 for possession of a firearm while either using or addicted to a controlled substance.
    More Details Hide Details The US Attorney's Office for the Western District of Arkansas reported that Johnson pleaded not guilty and was released on a $5,000 bond.
    He had a court appearance on January 26, 2007 at the Washington County, Arkansas courthouse.
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    On January 1, 2007, Johnson was arrested by the ATF after a traffic stop in Fayetteville, Arkansas on misdemeanor charges of carrying a weapon, a loaded 9 mm pistol, and possession of 21.2 g of marijuana.
    More Details Hide Details Though the van that Johnson was riding in was registered to him, the driver was 22-year-old Justin Trammell. Trammell and Johnson reportedly met at Alexander Youth Services Correctional Facility in Alexander, Arkansas, where Trammell was incarcerated after pleading guilty to the 1999 crossbow murder of his father, a crime committed when Trammell was 15. The pair were roommates and provided officers with the same Fayetteville address. Trammell was cited for careless driving and released. Johnson was arrested for possession of marijuana and a loaded weapon and later released on a $1,000 bond.
  • 2005
    Johnson was released on his 21st birthday, August 11, 2005, having spent seven years in prison.
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  • 2000
    On the night before the shooting, Golden assisted Johnson in loading his mother's Dodge Caravan with camping supplies, snack foods, nine weapons (Remington 742 .30-06 rifle, Universal .30 M1 carbine replica, Smith & Wesson .38 revolver, Double Deuce Buddie .22 two-shot derringer, FIE .380 pistol, Star .380 pistol, Ruger Security Six .357 revolver, Davis Industries .38 two-shot derringer, and a Charter Arms .38 revolver), which had been stolen from Golden's grandfather's house, and 2000 rounds of ammunition.
    More Details Hide Details The following morning, the boys drove in the van to Westside Middle School. As they arrived, Golden pulled the fire alarm while Johnson took the weapons to the woods outside of the school. Golden then ran back to the woods where Johnson had taken the weapons. When children and teachers filed out of the school, the two boys opened fire. The boys killed four female students and one teacher and wounded ten others. Golden and Johnson attempted to run back to the van and escape, but police captured them. The boys evidently planned to run away, as they had food, sleeping bags, and survival gear in their van. During the trial, Johnson hung his head and read a letter of apology he had written to victims' families. He said he wasn't targeting anyone. "We were not going to shoot at anyone in particular," he said. "I really thought we would scare them. I am sorry. I hope anyone who listens to these words knows how truly sorry I am."
  • 1998
    He told him, "No matter your sentence, you still have a life; those killed in 1998 do not."
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  • 1984
    Born on August 11, 1984.
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