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Posted 10/4/2017 5:13 AM


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You now know.

You know now which types of guns found in that hotel room should be removed from manufacture, import, public and private sale throughout the USA.

The excuses and justifications for owning a machine gun, difference between law abiding, non- low abiding citizens is now over.

Praying to god after people are dead and while their families suffer, WILL NOT work unless praying for your machine gun stops.

Shame for America.



I have enough hearing about these preventable US massacre's.
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Posted 10/4/2017 5:55 AM


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Kimmel then addressed critics who say "there's nothing we can do about it," since gunman Stephan Paddock purchased the guns legally and passed background checks.

"There are a lot of things we can do about it. But we don't, which is interesting. Because when someone with a beard attacks us, we tap phones, we invoke travel bans, we build walls, we take every possible precaution to make sure it doesn't happen again," he said. "But when an American buys a gun and kills other Americans, then there's nothing we can do about that. And the Second Amendment, I guess, our forefathers wanted us to have AK-47s is the argument, I assume."

Jimmy Kindle.

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mgf wrote: "Praying to god after people are dead and while their families suffer, WILL NOT work unless praying for your machine gun stops."

Do you know how you stop an evil person with a gun, mgf?

You bring in a GOOD PERSON armed with a gun!

The STUPID thing to do is to ban all guns, thus disarming the law-abiding good people with stupid-ass solutions like "Gun-Free Zones!" I actually saw a sign posted inside the Mandalay Bay hotel lobby, saying: "No Firearms Allowed" - and yet, oddly enough, that didn't prevent this pyscho-killer from bringing in an enormous arsenal up to his room - plus, he knew full well that all of the law-abiding people in neighboring rooms would be helpless to stop him!

Liberal anti-gun solutions have created such safe havens from gun violence as Chicago, Detroit, & Washington, D.C.

- America didn't have this kind of senseless gun violence back in the day when more law-abiding people carried guns!
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Posted 10/5/2017 7:32 AM


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America's gun culture in 10 charts
4 October 2017
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The worst mass shooting in the United States in modern times has once again raised questions about gun ownership and whether there should be tougher controls.

How does the US compare with other countries?

About 40% of Americans say they own a gun or live in a household with one, according to a 2017 survey, and the rate of murder or manslaughter by firearm is the highest in the developed world. There were more than 11,000 deaths as a result of murder or manslaughter involving a firearm in 2016.



Chart comparing gun-related deaths as % of total homicides - 64% in US, 30.5% in Canada, 13% in Australia, and 4.5% in England and Wales

Homicides are taken here to include murder and manslaughter. The FBI separates statistics for what it calls justifiable homicide, which includes the killing of a criminal by a peace officer or private citizen in certain circumstances, which are not included.

Who owns the world's guns?
While it is difficult to know exactly how many guns civilians own around the world, by every estimate the US with around 270 million is far out in front.


Chart showing top 10 gun-owning countries - US is top, followed by Yemen, Switzerland, Finland and Cyprus - info from Small Arms Survey
Switzerland and Finland are the European countries with the most guns per person - they both have compulsory military service for all men over the age of 18. Cyprus, Austria and Yemen also have military service.
How do US gun deaths break down?
There have been more than 90 mass shootings in the US since 1982, according to investigative magazine Mother Jones.
Up until 2012, a mass shooting was defined as when an attacker had killed four or more victims in an indiscriminate rampage - and since 2013 the figures include attacks with three or more victims. The shootings do not include killings related to other crimes such as armed robbery or gang violence.
The overall number of people killed in mass shootings each year represents only a tiny percentage of the total number.https://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/0369/production/_98137800_gun_people_killed_v2_640-nc.png
Graphic showing 33,594 died from guns in 2014, of those 21, 386 were suicides and 11,008 were homicides and only 14 died in mass shootings
There were nearly twice as many suicides involving firearms in 2015 as there were murders involving guns, and the rate has been increasing in recent years. Suicide by firearm accounts for almost half of all suicides in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A 2016 study published in the American Journal of Public Health found there was a strong relationship between higher levels of gun ownership in a state and higher firearm suicide rates for both men and women.
How old are the killers?
The average age of attackers in 91 recorded US mass shootings is 34.
Paddock is one of three killers aged over 60. The others are: William D Baker, 66, who killed five people in Illinois in 2001; and Kurt Myers, 64, who killed five people in New York state in 2013.
The youngest killer is Andrew Douglas Golden, 11, who ambushed students and teachers as they left Westside Middle School in Arkansas, 1998. He was jointly responsible with Mitchell Scott Johnson, 13, for five deaths and 10 injured.



Ages of 94 killers responsible for 91 mass shootings in the US
Attacks in US become deadlier
The Las Vegas attack was the worst in recent US history - and the three shootings with the highest number of casualties have all happened within the past 10 years.
Worst mass shootings since 1991 -Las Vegas has the highest death toll followed by Orlando 49 in 2016, Virginia tech 32 in 2007, Sandy Hook in 2012 27, and Killeen, Texas 23 in 1991.
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What types of guns kill Americans?
Military-style assault weapons have been blamed for some of the major mass shootings such as the attack in an Orlando nightclub and at the Sandy Hook School in Connecticut. The police said dozens of rifles had been recovered from the scene of the Las Vegas shooting.



Pie chart showing most gun-related murders are committed using handguns
A few US states have banned assault weapons, which were totally restricted for a decade until 2004. However most murders caused by guns involve handguns, according to FBI data.
How much do guns cost to buy?
For those from countries where guns are not widely owned, it can be a surprise to discover that they are relatively cheap to purchase in the US.




Graphic showing price of an assault rifle $1500 and handgun $200
Handguns, which were reportedly among Paddock's arsenal discovered in his hotel room, can cost from as little $200 (£151) - as much as a Chromebook laptop for example - and can be bought from gun shops.
Assault rifles like the ones also reportedly found in Paddock's room can cost from around $1500 (£1,132).
Given that 23 weapons were found at the hotel and further 19 at his home, Paddock may have spent more than $70,000 (£52,800) on weapons and accessories, such as tripods, scopes, ammunition and cartridges.
Who supports gun control?
US public opinion on the banning of handguns has changed dramatically over the last 60 years. This dataset is incomplete but it shows that support has shifted over time and now a significant majority opposes a ban on handguns, according to polling by Gallup.



Chart showing public opinion growing in opposition to ban on handguns - with figures supporting a ban falling from 60% in 1959 to just over 30% in 2015
Some controls are widely supported by people across the political divide - such as restricting the sale of guns to people who are mentally ill, or on "watch" lists.



72% of Republicans, or adults who lean Republican, believe that 'concealed carry' should be allowed in more places while only 26% of Democrats do.
But Republicans and Democrats are much more divided over other policy proposals, such as whether to allow ordinary citizens increased rights to carry concealed weapons - according to a survey from Pew Research Center.
In his latest comment on the shootings, President Donald Trump said he would be "talking about gun laws as times goes by". The White House said now is not the time to be debating gun control.
His predecessor, Barack Obama, struggled to get any new gun control laws onto the statute books, because of Republican opposition.
Who opposes gun control?
The National Rifle Association (NRA) campaigns against all forms of gun control in the US and argues that more guns make the country safer.
It is among the most powerful special interest lobby groups in the US, with a substantial budget to influence members of Congress on gun policy.
Chart showing rise in lobbying expenditure by NRA - from just over $1m in 2000 to more than $3m in 2017

In total about one in five US gun owners say they are members of the NRA - and it has especially widespread support from Republican-leaning gun owners, according to Pew Research.
In terms of lobbying, the NRA officially spends about $3m per year to influence gun policy.
The chart shows only the recorded contributions to lawmakers published by the Senate Office of Public Records. The NRA spends millions more elsewhere, such as on supporting the election campaigns of political candidates who oppose gun controls.
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Posted 10/5/2017 3:07 PM


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mgf wrote: "Didn't work this time dude."

The piece of shit shot & killed himself. That works for me.

"The idiot was shooting from a hotel room across the street about 50 floors up, with various machine guns. Not one person running for their lives, running for cover in the crowd could stop take a free look to locate where it was coming from."

The police discovered where he was shooting from. So did the Mandalay Bay hotel detective who alerted them exactly what room he was in.

Look, there's no doubt that dangerous evil people exist in this world, but taking guns away from law-abiding citizens isn't going to make the kooks go away or disappear. The United States has ALWAYS had legal guns, courtesy of our Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution - but only recently have criminals begun to randomly shoot at innocent people - WHY IS THAT HAPPENING? You can't blame law-abiding gun-owners - so WHO is doing this and WHY is it happening now?

I don't want to trade places with with Australia, or Paris, or London - ALL of which have experienced mass-killings in recent years. We are the United States of America - and that includes certain rights that Australians, British, & French people don't have!

- If I was a murderous criminal low-life, I'm pretty sure I'd prefer going to places with signs up saying "Gun-Free Zone" before starting my shooting-spree!
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Why does an Australian meddle in the affairs of the United States?

I don't like to nitpick, but, It's LAS VEGAS...and It's MASSACRE.
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Quote: mgf wrote: " Didn't work this time dude. " The piece of shit shot & killed himself. That works for me. " The idiot was shooting from a hotel room across the street about 50 floors up, with various m...

IMHO, it isn't about the guns..it's about mentally ill people who should be locked away...no, instead they're given mind-altering drugs that have dangerous side-effects...

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Every time one of these mass atrocities occurs, the left predictably takes the simplistic approach in blaming the guns rather than the people who are firing them.

And once again the Second Amendment is under attack. Speaking of which, I found this rather interesting piece from Katherine Timpf.

I’m Not Arguing in Favor of the Second Amendment, the Second Amendment Is the Argument

by KATHERINE TIMPF

Either the Constitution has the power to protect our freedoms or it doesn’t. Whenever a gun tragedy happens in the United States, it seems like there are two sides: One that argues against Second Amendment protections, and one that argues for them. It seems simple enough, but what’s missing is this: The Second Amendment is the argument.

It’s alarming how often people forget this. Whenever there’s violence, the Left starts to demand that the government get the guns off our streets, that it do so now, that it should have done it sooner to keep the people safe. In response, the Right often argues for the benefits of #2A, throwing out statistics such as the fact that gun violence has actually been dropping even though more people have been purchasing firearms, or philosophical arguments such as the idea that people looking to murder masses of people will find a weapon and a way regardless of what the laws are. My personal views may happen to fall into the second camp, but here’s the thing: Regardless of what your personal views are, it’s still true that our Constitution prohibits the kinds of things that the first group wants.

If people on the left ever do talk about the Second Amendment, it’s often only to say that it’s “obsolete.” This is, of course, factually untrue: According to the Constitution, the Second Amendment is not obsolete until and unless two-thirds of both houses of Congress and three-quarters of states agree that it is, or through the constitutional-convention method as detailed in Article V. Again, this isn’t even my argument; it’s the Constitution’s — and, like it or not, that’s important. Unfortunately, however, it’s very common to see the requirements of our Constitution being completely disregarded — even by our elected officials. For example: In New York City, it’s basically impossible to get a gun license unless you’re a police officer or security guard, and you have to pay upwards of $400 in fees just to submit an application that will certainly be rejected. Does that sound like a violation of my constitutional “right to keep and bear arms” to you? Yes; yes it does — and that should bother you, regardless of whether you personally happen to favor these kinds of rules or not.

You may be someone who believes that it would be safer to eliminate guns from the hands of the public, and that’s fine — but you still need to view your activism through the lens of constitutional process. You need to be lobbying legislators to amend the Constitution, rather than lobbying officials to create laws that disregard it. Why? Because the Constitution always matters. If you want to say that it shouldn’t always matter, or that should matter except on this issue, then really, what you’re saying is that it never truly does — because you yourself have already stated that exceptions are okay. Either the document has integrity or it doesn’t. Either it has the power to protect our freedoms or it doesn’t — and to me, that seems like an easy choice.

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Posted 10/5/2017 10:42 PM


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In a world where cameras are practically in the bathroom in public spots the Mandalay Bay I know for a fact has cameras at the entrance. Go back to the cameras roll tape on when this lunatic checked in and you will see how much luggage he brought who if anyone he was with etc etc etc ....I'm with Sheriff Lombardo Clark county, the man had help quite obviously and that has to be pursued. Hours into this investigation and the feds were ruling out formal terrorism. Absurd.
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