On May 4, 1956 the Principal of a Prince George’s County School, in Maryland had started his day by disciplining a student and sending that student home for teaching younger students the “art of poker.” The student went home long enough to retrieve his father’s weapon and headed back to the school where he hunted for the principal but found teachers and shot them in retaliation. He shot and wounded two teachers and killed a third, Frazer Cameron. The student had never had a run in with Cameron before this day. The shooter was charged with murder and two counts of assault with intent to kill.
To help honor Frazer Cameron