Analysis Of The Las Vegas Massacre

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Armed with 23 weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition, Stephen Paddock opened fire at a concert in Las Vegas on Sunday, October 1st. The massacre left 58 people dead and 489 people injured, making it the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. When nationwide tragedies occur, the country often divides to search for a target of blame; the aftermath of the Las Vegas massacre has proved no different. It has triggered an even fiercer debate across the nation about the already-raging argument over gun control law. It has become habitual for Americans’ support of stricter gun regulations to grow in the wake of mass shootings; among those is Junior Lorenzo Bacalso. He notes that a lack of strict gun regulation has made him question his safety

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