Tribal Chairman's Son Pleads Guilty in Charges Related to Red Lake School Shooting

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The teenage son of a tribal chairman has pleaded guilty to a criminal charge related to the shootings on a Minnesota Indian reservation that left 10 people dead.
A court document says Louis Jourdain, 17, pleaded guilty to threatening interstate communications. Two other more serious charges, including conspiracy to commit murder, were dropped.
Jourdain was a friend of Jeff Weise, 16, who shot and killed nine people on the northern Minnesota Red Lake Reservation before killing himself