The Tennessee teenager who pointed a gun at an Overton High School teacher blamed his youth for his poor choices. But he also blamed others.
Ezzealldin Al-Mosawi, now 19, was sentenced to 12 years behind bars after he agreed to plead guilty to attempted second-degree murder for pointing a handgun at special education teacher Charlie Traylor. He will be eligible for parole in about four years. "Now I'm grown," Al-Mosawi said. "Hopefully, it will not happen again."
He pulled the gun on the teacher in February 2009 after she reported him for tardiness.
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