September 28, 2016

Shootings In South Carolina And San Diego Evoke Deja Vu

Shootings in San Diego and South Carolina evoked scenes that have become sadly commonplace in modern-day America. Police shot and killed an unarmed black man struggling with mental illness after his sister called the police for help. The officers shot him after he pointed something at them which they later found out wasn’t a weapon. Meanwhile, in South Carolina, a teenage shooter at an elementary school wounded two students and a teacher. It also emerged that the shooter had shot his father at home before traveling the two miles over to the school to wreak further havoc.

SAD READ: Gun Violence In The United States

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