Las Vegas Shooting Analysis

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Our presentation topic was about the 2017 Las Vegas Shooting. My group members are Michaela Finneyfrock, Riya Patel, Bridget Cichon, Jack Zigler, and Mason Parker-Loan. This event had occurred on October 1st at 10:05 PM, where a man named Stephen Paddock had fired many bullets at a concert from the window of his room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel. About 58 people were killed and 546 people were injured. He had also killed himself. This shooting is known as the deadliest mass shooting in the United States. This act was unjust and evil due to many innocent lives were affected by being killed or injured. Originally, many had gone to a concert expecting to enjoy the musical festival together, until someone who had bad intentions changed that day. Many innocent lives were affected due to someone who had an evil act in mind. This is an unjust act because many lives and families were affected and hurt due to someone who had an evil mind by doing something so cruel…show more content…
My part of the presentation, I had found important quotes from my article and tried to tie these to the injustice of the Las Vegas shooting. I had explained in my presentation that this was an evil act because Stephen Paddock had killed and injured innocent people which was also an act of violence, making it unjust. I had also discussed how those who were killed and injured will always carry this mark of violence due to always remembering how they were injured or how the loved ones were killed. Also, I had discussed how after this incident, there were people out there who helped one another out, especially those who were injured and those who had loved ones that were killed. People had donated blood, raised money, and we had nationwide support. People were really there for one

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