gunviolence News of 06/05/20
‘He Came, Fired, Then He Walked Out Normally.’ Survivors Of ‘Right-Wing’ German Shooter’S Attacks Speak Out
(HANAU, Germany) — Piter Minnemann and his friends were eating when they heard shots fired outside the door of the snack bar in Hanau where they had gathered. Minnemann, 18, recalled that he had just got his pizza when the first shots were ...
Supreme Court Says Sandy Hook Families Can Sue The Remington Gun Maker
In a major blow to the firearms industry, the U.S. Supreme Court will not block the families of victims of the Sandy Hook shooting from suing the gun maker Remington. The nation’s highest court on Tuesday denied an appeal by the Remington ...
‘I Wish We Could Stop Teaching This.’ What It’S Like To Attend An Active-Shooter Training After The El Paso And Dayton Attacks
It’s the first weekend since school began here in central Virginia, and approximately 10 children and 15 adults are spending their Saturday in a 900-square foot room with bright yellow walls and foam floor tiles, learning how to survive an ...
Why Walmart’S New Gun Rules Won’T Actually Reduce Homicides
Two weeks after 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people at his former high school in Parkland, Fla., Walmart announced that it would raise the age requirement for buying firearms and ammunition at its stores from 18 to 21. The change will affect ...
‘We Just Had A Gun To Our Heads.’ The Florida Shooting Survivors Are Transforming America’S Gun Debate
Last year, Emma Gonzalez was leading Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s Gay Straight Alliance and working on a science project that launched a camera into space. Cameron Kasky played Motel (“the ‘miracle of miracles’ ...