This intersection is across the street from the school. Lamoun was able to flee from the gang members, but only 50 feet before collapsing. He was denied tenure and in retaliation, he charged engineering department members of questionable financial dealings and improper credit for research work.One of them, 28-year-old Oscar Lopez, shouted out to him, "Where are you from? There were several witnesses in the area and saw the attack. Lamoun was taken to Northridge Hospital Medical Center where he died at midnight. He was facing termination and contempt of court charges.She believed Taft was a safer school for him to attend and completed all the necessary paperwork.

After one such workout today, Lamoun Thames, a 15-year-old sophomore, was ready to go home.

He lived with his mother and older sister in south-central Los Angeles, 35 miles away.

The game between Palo Duro High and Hereford High was played as scheduled.

Randy was charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and unlawfully carrying a weapon on school grounds.

Police said that Oscar mistakenly took Lamoun for a rival gang member. Around today as he went up to the ninth floor of the Henry F.

Hall Building on the campus he carried a briefcase with three guns and ammunition inside.Unfortunately, he missed the bus that would take him home. He started out as a technician and has a long, documented disruptive behavior against staff members and students.He called his mother and told her he would be late. Moments later, gang members in a black, sedan with darkly tinted windows pulled up to him as he sat on a wall at Ventura Boulevard and Winnetka Avenue waiting on the RTD bus. Lamoun responded, "I'm not from anywhere." Oscar, from the Northridge gang, began hitting him in the face and then stabbed him several times in the chest. The relationship deteriorated in late 1991 and early 1992.I would like to thank all of the Survivors and others who have contacted me with information about school violence.I really do appreciate the help, for without their help, several of these occurrences would not be here.Damion Ennis, 15-years-old and originally from Jamaica, was on the school's football team where he played fullback on offense and nose guard on defense.