Tighten Gun Control and End the Shed of Young Innocent Blood

Title: Tighten Gun Control and End the Shed of Young Innocent Blood
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Tighten Gun Control and End the Shed of Young Innocent Blood
Tighten Gun Control and End the Shed of Young Innocent Blood On December 6, 1999, a thirteen-year-old boy at Fort Gibson Middle School in Oklahoma wounded five classmates. The seventh – grader fired randomly with a 9mm semiautomatic handgun at unsuspecting students outside waiting for the morning bell. “I don’t know,” was the response he gave authorities when asked why he fired and injured his fellow classmates (Yardley, 1). Even more alarming was the horrid incident about a …showed first 75 words of 1330 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1330 total…horrendous statistics, which includes serious design changes or complete banning of handguns and more restriction on the sales of firearms into illegal markets. Our society is on a steady path downhill, and will unfortunately bury the children of the future with them unless something is done quickly. What is more important, revisions in an already corrupt gun sales market or our children’s lives? Maybe the parents of the Columbine victims might have the answer.

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