Policeman To Dying Child At Sandy Hook: ‘Your Parents Love You’

Tue, January 29, 2013 4:47pm EDT by 11 Comments
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Mike Jones (@MikeJones909)

Posted at 3:16 AM on December 5, 2013  

I couldn’t imagine walking into a room full of dead children. Once you’ve experienced that, you’ll never be the same.

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california3d

Posted at 1:27 PM on March 7, 2013  

How about every taking a step back and ask if this is a hoax? There are too many points in this story that make it questionable. Google Sandy Hook Hoax and you can learn something about why the govt would want to stage a scenario like this. Just like they did in Europe after WW2 by our very own CIA. Creating terror in order to change laws.

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Mike Jones (@MikeJones909)

Posted at 3:13 AM on December 5, 2013  

Luckily, the vast majority of people aren’t insanely paranoid.

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Alicia

Posted at 9:33 AM on January 30, 2013  

This could have been stopped a lot sooner if there were an armed guard/policeman on the campus. I firmly believe the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is to have a good guy with a gun.

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Luz

Posted at 2:53 AM on February 1, 2013  

I agree with you, and it’s exactly what I’ve been trying to convince my school PTA of. Police has always arrived at these scenes when people + the shooter are already dead, but people seem to be afraid to have a police officer or armed guard at school because they think it’s going to promote more gun violence and that it can end in a worst tragedy due to the police officer accidently shooting the wrong person. This is non sense. If we’re going to think like this, then we might as well not call 911 when these things happen, because not 1, but 10 police officers are going to show up at the scene trying to shoot someone.

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nina

Posted at 2:19 AM on January 30, 2013  

God, if I hear one more gun advocate rationalize their need for semi-auto matic weapons, I’m going to lose it. This is just so tragic, those poor babies deserved more from us as a society.

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Mike Jones (@MikeJones909)

Posted at 3:10 AM on December 5, 2013  

I have firearms because of how prevalent they are. Why should my family be at risk? I try to prepare for the worst & pray for the best. They’re never going to repeal the 2nd Amendment either.

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S.V.K.

Posted at 8:43 PM on January 29, 2013  

Tuff, Tuff background checks and a report in hand from a doctor like a prescription to buy a gun..Or you can buy the gun but have to wait a week before you can buy ammo and get a medical report, something has to be done. We have do do something before little darlings are killed again, Any killings

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Mike Jones (@MikeJones909)

Posted at 3:02 AM on December 5, 2013  

I don’t know how it can be any stricter. I’m in California & we already have tough background checks. If you have no criminal record, no record of mental illness, and don’t have any serious issues like a restraining order against you, you can purchase a firearm. You have to wait 10-11 days from the date of purchase before you can pick it up. If there were restrictions on ammo, you could just go pick it up from another store or even order it online and have it shipped to your door (which I have done).

The problem is that quite often shooters like this don’t have any criminal or mental history. They’re just quiet loners who one day go on a rampage. Warning signs usually are ignored too. A medical report doesn’t mean anything because it has nothing to do with a gun purchase. Only a mental health check does.

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gbtw

Posted at 7:48 PM on January 29, 2013  

and yet, people think their right to own a machine gun trumps this risk to society… is your right to have a machine gun really that important when balanced with this risk? really? nra and big bucks at work… sad and disgusting.

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Mike Jones (@MikeJones909)

Posted at 3:05 AM on December 5, 2013  

I do not believe the general public should be allowed to own machine guns. It’s kind of irrelevant though because no one has used a machine gun in a school shooting. They always use semi-automatic weapons.

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