The mass shooting in Paris, November 2015 is one of the most horrible terrorist attacks I had ever knew. The terrorist killed 130 people, make 413 people seriously injured. Since the Second World War, this attack were the deadliest on France. BODY Reason 1: In America, people use gun for 2 reason: killing people, or killing themselves. Example 1— In an average year, 62% of firearm deaths in the U.S. are suicide.
The U.S. 's worst shooting involved the AR-15 at an outdoor country music concert festival, on October 1, 2017, involved the assault weapon. The text states," From his two-room suite at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, Stephen Paddock, a 64-year-old retiree and an avid video poker gambler, fired on hundreds of country music fans attending an outdoor country music festival. The killer checked in on Sept. 28 with 10 bags and at least 23 guns, including AR-15-style and AK-47-style rifles and a large cache of ammunition." The quote says that two assault rifles were involved in the most fatal shooting in U.S. history. By banning assault weapons, the reducing of felonies would begin.
As many may think that war does better than bad, many victims die during the process of killing for survival. For example, during World War I, “Ten million soldiers died on all sides; millions more were left maimed or shell shocked. Seven million civilians died. 20 million horses died.” Explain how your quote supports your thesis statement. Statics from Statisticbrain shows that the grand total deaths of the U.S from nine major U.S war casualties are 1,343,812 deaths.
They would argue that not enough people have guns and the ability to correctly handle them. December 14th, 2012: A lone gunman kills 26 people at Sandy Hooke Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. June 12th, 2016: A gunman opens fire at Pulse, a gay nightclub situated in Orlando, Florida, killing 49, and wounding 53. October 1st, 2017: A gunman shoots at people attending a country music festival from the 32nd floor of his Las Vegas hotel room, killing 59 and injuring more than 500 people. Sunday, November 5th, of this year, 26 people were killed and 20 more were injured when a man opened fire inside a Texas church.
The Death Machine Within two years, it killed 50 million people worldwide. It hindered the lives of 500 million throughout the world, and 675,000 lay dead from this in the United States alone. This killer became known as the Spanish Influenza. The Spanish Influenza struck at the perfect time, on the tail end of World War I. With soldiers densely populated in bunkers, the flu spread like wildfire, especially when it arrived in the United States of America.
Introduction - Ever since the invention of firearms in the 13th century, people have been abusing them for other purposes such as robberies, or murder. Firearms were also the main weapon used during wars for their effectiveness and short time required to set up compared to stationary sentries. Simple knife fights turned into horrific gun fights that could accidentally harm other pedestrians through the ricochet of bullets in the surrounding area. Furthermore, even after World War 2, the number of firearm related deaths kept increasing year by year until the 1970s, with 14.3 deaths per hundred thousand people in the US. (Statistia, n.d) This lead to the people requesting the creation of clothing or material that would be able to counteract against bullets.
Mass shootings plague the world to this day, claiming hundreds of lives in the deadly process. Some of the more infamous occurrences include the Columbine High School, Dawson College, and Sandy Hook shootings. Regardless of the devastation they each caused, a clear distinction lies between these and the dastardly crime claiming almost a hundred lives: Anders Breivik’s mass murders in Norway. For each instance mentioned, prosecutors, defenders, or even the murderer attempt to blame video games as the motivation to kill, particularly stating games such as DOOM, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and Grand Theft Auto. Before delving into their motivation, the Connecticut tragedy must first be understood.
Willingham was actually innocent. The fire was an accident. The truth got out many years too late though, and Willingham died by lethal injection on February 17, 2004 at the age of 36 (Eric). From 1973 to 2015, more than 150 innocent men and women have been sentenced to death row. The killing of the falsely accused is only one of the several major problems that the highly controversial death penalty faces.
The bomb dropped by America on japan was very deadliest can be identified with the figures: 90 percent of the city was wiped out due to explosion and 80000 peoples were killed immediately many thousands people died of radiation. During explosion temperature rose to 4000 degree Celsius melting many people instantaneously and the speed of wind due to explosion was about 1000 km per hour destroying everything that comes in its way. Even America was unaware that the bomb dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki will be that much devastating. So, taking japan and US as example many countries conducted test for nuclear weapons for their own safeguard or to retaliate in tit for tat manner. The current situation is that only 9 countries USA, Russia, France, UK, China, India, North Korea, Pakistan, Israel possessing around 16300 nuclear warhead out of which 7300 is owned by USA, 8000 by Russia, and remaining by other seven.
28th Amendment: Gun control Introduction:It is necessary to know the importance of gun control because there are too many shootings just because of a terrorist who use guns to threaten civilians. Therefore this amendment will help end all the mass shooting and death cost by guns that we are facing nowadays in America. Why this Amendment is Needed Today: This amendment is needed because there are too much mass shooting and people who are being killed because of guns. According to “New Jersey Teenager in Custody After 4 Are Found Shot to Death at Home”, Christine Hauser oppose, “The statement said that it “appears” that the teenager, 16, had used a semiautomatic rifle to kill his father, Steven Kologi, 44; mother, Linda Kologi, 42; sister, Brittany Kologi, 18; and an acquaintance, Mary Schultz, 70, at 11:43 p.m.” The quotes show the dangers of keeping guns at home, although their purpose was for home security,