Marysville Shooting Dad Busted for Buying Murder Weapon

The father of the Marysville school shooter was charged Tuesday with buying the gun the teen used even though an order of protection barred him from owning firearms.
Raymond Lee Fryberg purchased the Beretta PX4 Storm in January 2013. Federal prosecutors allege he lied on a form, saying he was not subject to any restrictions even though he had admitted to a trial court just three months earlier that he violated the order of protection.
Less than two years after he bought the gun, his 15-year-old son, Jaylen Fryberg, used it to kill four schoolmates and himself in the cafeteria of the Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Washington.