Gun-free zone

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A gun-free zone is a place where, by law or company or other rule, no person may bring a gun on-site.

The concept of a place where "people can be sure no one has a gun" is now controversial, for a simple reason: the United States has seen a raft of mass murders, all occurring in such zones.

Ironically, the Fort Hood venue where thirteen soldiers died, was a gun-free zone, per military regulation.

So also was Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.

  • When a crazy gunman wants to go on a rampage, where do they choose to go on their rampage? They choose a gun free zone. Columbine was a gun free zone. So was Virginia Tech and Sandy Hook.[1]

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