Mass Shooters Targeted These 5 Cities This Year

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Nashville, Tennessee

This shooting took place on March 27 at a private school in Nashville, Tennessee, making it one of the most recent shootings we had. Following this incident, three children and three staff members lost their lives, including the school leader.

Taking place in the morning, the Covenant School was serving only children from preschool up to the sixth grade, and it is hard to think that children this young have had to deal with such a traumatizing event.

The shooter, a 28-year-old woman, was killed in an altercation with the police when they came into contact on the second floor of the school. The most chilling thing about this tragedy is the fact that the shooter left behind a manifesto and a very detailed hand-drawn map of the school, which makes law enforcement speculate that they may have had something against the school.

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5 thoughts on “Mass Shooters Targeted These 5 Cities This Year”

  1. By the time Pres. Bidin decides what todo about guns im major cities gets worse, will we still be alive.

  2. Elizabeth A Rooth

    It isn’t the guns. It’s the morons and people with mental issues that lie on applications to get guns that is the problem. If citizens are disarmed, only thugs will have guns and we won’t have any way to protect ourselves from them or the governments that are trying to enslave us. That’s why our forefathers gave us the right to bear arms in the Bill of Rights.

  3. Funny that 3 of the 5 were in California. They have some of the most restrictive gun laws in the nation. Banks and politicians have armed guards, protecting valuable assets. Yet, we post gun-free zones at schools, leaving our most valuable assets unprotected.

    Pointing a finger at guns won’t work. Tougher CRIMINAL punishment will.

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