Fieger vents about headless bird detail in Oxford school shooting case

Geoffrey Fieger is venting about new aspects that are surfacing in the Oxford school shooting, this sort of as allegations that the suspect saved a infant bird’s head in a jar in his bedroom and brought it to faculty.

In a new court submitting, the Southfield-based legal professional states the prosecutor disclosed that depth in a courtroom document very last week, but unfairly kept that and more from him when he requested for information he believes he is entitled to access as he pursues a lawsuit against the college district around the capturing that killed four students and wounded 7 other folks.

Fieger, whose law firm is seeking $100 million on behalf of two siblings who survived the shooting, is combating to acquire entry to surveillance footage and other proof from the Nov. 30 massacre. But the prosecutor and sheriff’s business office have denied his requests for information, he states, and the college district is seeking to block him from receiving it, way too.