The list of mass shootings and the number of dead are truly shocking in a country which believes that everyone and anyone is free and should be able to own and carry a weapon.
Feb. 21: Norcross, Ga. 4 dead, shooter dead.
Feb. 27: Chardon, Ohio 3 Dead, 2 injured.
March 8: Pittsburgh 1 dead, shooter dead, 7 injured.
April 2: Oakland 7 dead, 3 injured.
April 6: Tulsa 3 dead, 2 injured.
May 30: Seattle 5 dead, shooter dead, 1 injured.
July 20: Aurora, Colo. 12 dead, 58 injured.
Aug. 5: Oak Creek, Wisc. 6 dead, shooter dead, 3 injured.
Aug. 13: Texas 2 dead, shooter dead, 4 injured.
Sept. 27: Minneapolis 6 dead, shooter dead, 3 injured.
Oct. 21: Brookfield. 3 dead, shooter dead, 3 injured.
Dec. 11: Happy Valley. 2 dead, shooter dead, 1 injured.
Dec. 14: Newtown. 27 dead, shooter dead, injured unknown.
Dec. 21: Frankstown. 3 dead, shooter dead, 3 injured.
Dec. 22: Pennsylvania 3 dead, shooter dead, 3 injured.
Dec.24: Webster 2 dead, shooter dead, 2 injured.
In one year 94 people are dead with another 89+ injured.
Information from Washington Post
In the United States, there have now been at least 62 mass shootings in the past three decades, with 24 in the last seven years alone, according to a recent Mother Jones survey.
Information from the Washington Post.
And after all these people have been killed and injured for this past 30 years the Government had not totally changed the law, and the National Rifle Association wants things kept as they are, indeed they even want more guns in schools and on the streets.