It's a very common scene. A well-armed man goes off the deep end and no one expected it.
How can we predict that, they ask. How could it be prevented? It's not rocket science to conclude that fewer guns would have an immediate impact on these spontaneous incidents, the crimes of passion and many of the suicides.
What's your opinion? Doesn't this case call into question Lott's contention that more guns equals less crime?
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