A woman killed three children and as many adults on Monday when she opened fire at a Nashville school; south of * USAbefore being shot by the police. Armed with at least two assault rifles and a pistol, the assailant entered the premises of the Alliance School, a private Christian school, early in the morning, local police spokesman Don Aaron explained in a press conference.
Police at the scene and after hear the exact blows of the upper floor they went up “immediately” and “ And “killed” the striker.
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The department announced on Twitter that The attacker was 28 years old and lived in Nashville.
According to the police, the girl was beaten with several blows Walking through the establishment It has approximately 200 students and 40 employees.
“Three students and three adults were fatally wounded.Aaron confirmed that there were no victims.
In response to the drama, the White House once again called for a ban gun attack this monday
“It’s too much”Said White House spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre, who wondered how many children would die “for Republicans in Congress” to ban them.
Various officials of the state of Tennessee they drove in terror on social media, like Republican Senator Bill Hagerty, who said he was “devastated.”
Death arrows are common in the United States. where some 400 million guns are carried around.
In 2012, a man killed 20 children aged 6 and 7, and ten years later in 2012, an 18-year-old boy killed 19 students and two teachers.
A slaughter crime 2018 at the secondary school Florida the agitation of the national movement, led by young people, to They are demanding stricter gun control in the United States.
Despite the convocation of more than a million protesters, the Congress of the United States of America did not pass the ambitious law, which many Congressmen were under the influence of National Rifle Association (NRA)gun lobby group
In a country where millions of Americans feel It is a constitutional right to bear armsThe only recent legislative developments remain marginal, such as the generalization of criminal and psychiatric checks to allow people to buy a gun.