US six-year-old who shot teacher won't be charged 

A six-year-old boy who shot his teacher in Idaho will not face charges due to his young age.

The incident occurred in 2018, when the boy brought a gun to school in his backpack.

He accidentally fired the gun, hitting his teacher in the foot.

Fortunately, the teacher was not seriously injured.

The boy's parents were cooperative with law enforcement, and the gun belonged to a family member.

The incident sparked a debate about gun control and child access to firearms.

Since the boy was under the age of criminal responsibility, he will not face charges.

Instead, he received counseling and support from his school and community.

The incident serves as a reminder of the importance of responsible gun ownership and child safety education.