Widespread Demonstration, Florida Students will Hold a Protest of Arms Control

Hundreds of students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on Wednesday (21/2) gathered at the Florida Parliament building in Tallahassee to urge DPRD members to pass a tighter weapons control law a week after the deadliest shootings at school United States.

A teenage gunman killed 17 people in Parkland High School, Florida, sparked a wave of student protests in Tallahassee and other places in America.

Florida state teachers and representatives Sean Shaw and students rallied

"We have a chance to do something but we do not do it," said a member of the Democratic Florida House of Representatives on a party vote in the state's parliament that decided not to discuss the banning ban lawsuit.

" That is why we are here We demand action You do not fulfill duty, and this is in your hands. "

P the mass shootings also sparked waves of demonstrations elsewhere in Florida and in other states in an effort to force local and national leaders to act to prevent such attacks.

Mothers from the Georgian state gathered in the capital Atlanta on Wednesday to attend a demonstration the advocacy group of the Mothers. The purpose of the grand meeting was to advocate for responsible weapons ownership and not to prohibit firearms.

More than 200 students at Montgomery Blair High School in the suburbs of Washington, Silver Spring, Maryland took to the streets Wednesday to attend a demonstration to demand arms control at the American Congress Building. The protest organizers said students from two other Maryland high schools, Richard Montgomery and Bethesda-Chevy Chase, also participated in the demonstration. [my/jm]

Florida Students will Hold Protest Parade Related to Arms Control

Florida capital officials on Wednesday prepared for hundreds of students to hold a protest march calling for the state legislators to pass arms control measures following the deadly shooting tragedy at a high school in southern Florida.

19-year-old youth accused of mass murder

The shooting action by a man at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland last week, which killed 17 people, was one of the worst school shooting incidents in US. The students at the school and other schools in Florida responded to the tragedy by demanding that local and national leaders take steps that would prevent similar attacks.

Over 100 students of Stoneman Douglas took a bus to Tallahassee to participate in the parade and to meet the legislative leaders.

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"We, the students, are the ones most involved in this tragedy," said a student named Ariana Ortega to VOA before boarding the bus "We are the people who experience this tragic experience and we will be the future leaders of America."

Tuesday (20/2), a number of students visited the Florida Parliament office only to witness the results of the polling the vote rejected the Democrat's proposal to consider a bill that would ban the sale of attack weapons.The Republican faction accused the Democrats of forcing the issue with the gan took advantage of the shooting incident that was done Nikolas Cruz in Stoneman Douglas High School. Cruz performs the action with AR-15, one type of attack weapon. [ab/lt]

Demonstration in Florida Demands Control of Weapons Tightened

A few days after the shooting of the third deadliest school in US history, hundreds of people demonstrated outside the Federal Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, demanding a stricter weapon control regime, Saturday (17/2).

In the middle shouts of "end armed violence," community leaders, local legislators and other public figures urged that the law on arms ownership be tightened soon.

Read: Florida Shooters "I have called for Congress and told them … their duty is to serve the people," said a young woman in the midst of the demonstrators.

"They do not work for the people." (19459009) [19659009] . The country wants to reform the rules of possession of firearms, but they refuse to talk about it. They talk about mental health. They talk about bullying. They say not yet. Now is the time! "

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There is no other time, The demonstrators gathered the day after US Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered a review of how the Justice Department and the FBI warned about people suspected of potentially mass murderers. [vm/ii]

Florida Shooter Ever Complained to the FBI

In a written statement issued, the FBI said people close to Nikolas could contact the hotline FBI on January 5 to convey his worries about Nikolas. The caller provided information about Nikolas's possession of weapons, his desire to kill people, his unusual behavior, and terrible social media activities.

As per the existing protocol, the information provided by the caller should be judged to be a life-threatening potential. The FBI declared "the information should be submitted to the FBI's office in Miami so that a deeper investigation could be made."

However, the protocol was not executed and "the information submitted was not forwarded to the FBI office in Miami, and no further investigation done. "

FBI Director Christopher Wray says it is reviewing these facts. "I am determined to find out the root of the problem, what is happening in this issue, and at the same time examine the process of responding to the information we receive from the public … When the public contacts due to certain concerns we must act promptly and appropriately."

Nikolas Cruz, 19, fired on five classrooms at two high school floors in Parkland, Florida on Wednesday, killing 17 people and wounding 15 others, some of whom were critically injured.

The FBI has spoken to the victim and his family, and convey "deep regret" to this terrible tragedy. [rt/nm/em]

Speech on Florida Shooting, Trump Not Discussing the Rules of Firearms

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US President Donald Trump strives to be a public entertainer while addressing a brutal shooting at a Florida school that killed 17 people. But Trump is thought to divert a heated debate over gun restrictions to mental illness.

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As reported by AFP and Reuters on Friday (16/2/2018), a day after the debate over gun border restrictions in the US, Trump gave a complete statement responding to the brutal shootings in Florida . Trump promises to make school safer and overcome mental illness.

Trump who has the youngest child who was 11 years old, trying to entertain the US children with a message saying you 'never alone and never'. "You have people who care about you, who love you, and who will do anything to protect you," Trump said in a speech at the Diplomatic Reception Room at the White House on Thursday (15/2) local time.

The shooter, Nikolas Cruz (19), wore the AR-15 semi-automatic assault rifle in action on Wednesday (14/2) local time. It was mentioned by the Florida authorities that the rifle was legally purchased by Cruz from Tactical Supply, Sunrise Tactical Supply, in Coral Springs, Florida.

Every time a brutal shoot takes place, Democrats always emphasize the importance of the rule of law on the restriction or tightening of firearms. But Trump did not discuss it in his speech at all.

Trump promises to make school security a top priority when meeting with the Governors and the state Attorney General later this month. "We also have to work together to create a culture in our country that includes the dignity of life, creating deep and meaningful human relationships," Trump said.

He again encourages children who are afraid or alone to seek the help of adults can be trusted. "We are here for you, whatever you need, whatever we will do to ease your pain," Trump added.

"We are committed to working with local and state leaders to help secure our schools and counteract the difficult issues of mental health," he said. "It's not enough to just take action that makes us feel we're making a difference.We should really make that difference," Trump added.

Trump's stance against the rules to limit firearms makes it difficult to offer solutions in the current situation. Trump became the first US President to host the NRA boss, an influential arms industry group in US politics, at the White House.

The opponents of firearm restrictions, usually diverting the debate into the motives and mental health of the shooters. That's what Trump is doing right now. He focuses on mental health and improves school security, but is silent about the rules of firearms.

In addition to giving a less assertive speech, Trump also expressed a symbolic expression, ordered the raising of a half-mast flag in US government buildings, military installations and embassies US in various countries.

(nvc / imk)

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