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Forum Post: Wayne - as usual - has the solution

Posted 10 years ago on Oct. 24, 2013, 7:47 a.m. EST by bensdad (8977)
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Boy carrying replica gun shot dead by California police
"The deputies said they repeatedly ordered him to drop the rifle", reports Alastair Leithead

A 13-year-old boy carrying a replica assault rifle has been shot dead by police in the US state of California. Officers in the city of Santa Rosa say they opened fire after the boy refused orders to drop the rifle, which they believed to be real. The shooting on Tuesday is now being investigated.

It comes a day after a 12-year-old boy in Nevada shot dead a maths teacher at his school and wounded two fellow pupils before taking his own life.
In the latest incident, two sheriff's deputies saw the teenager "with what appeared to be some type of rifle", a news release from the Sonoma County Sheriff's office said.

If every child carried a real AR15, they would be able to protecct themselves, and the police would EXPECT it and this would never have happened -
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[-] 1 points by WSmith (2698) from Cornelius, OR 10 years ago

National Gun Victims Action Council


(Gun Victims Action) is organized to educate the public about:

1.) The epidemic of gun violence in the United States that results in tens of thousands of gun homicides, suicides and accidental gun-related deaths each year, costing U.S.taxpayers billions of tax dollars.

2.) Why gun violence is a direct consequence of current gun laws.

3.) How sensible gun laws can simultaneously protect the Second Amendment right of the legal gun owner and the rights of non-gun owners to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

4.) The urgent need to find common ground between legal gun owners and non-gun owners that minimizes gun violence in our culture.


We're Done Asking: http://gunvictimsaction.org/tell-and-compel-pledge-2/