Another gun violence occurred near the Texas A&M campus in College Station on Monday. Three people were killed including a police officer and the suspected gunman. Four other people were injured in the incident.
The suspect was identified—35-year-old Thomas “Tres” Caffall, was shot and taken to College Station Medical Center, where he pronounced dead.
Last week, seven people were killed at Sikh Temple shooting in Oak Creek, Wis., when a gunman open fired outside the Temple that killed two and four others inside the Temple. Later the gunman was killed when he exchanged gunfire with an officer.
Who can forget the Colorado Theater shooting, where everyone in the Theater never expected to saw a gunman wearing a gas mask just like in the movie “Batman,” who also set off an unknown gas inside the theater. Twelve movie watchers were killed and injuring 58 others.
President Obama addressed condolences to the victims, so Mitt Romney. If this two politician who are aiming to rule the country, thinks on how to end gun violence, more Americans will be save.
Gun-related violence is most common in poor urban areas and in conjunction with gang violence, often involving juveniles or young adults.
U.S. policy aims to maintain the right of most people to own most types of firearms, while restricting access to firearms by people considered to present a high risk of misuse.
Guns are use for protection not for killing innocent people, high profile official like Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King.
Condolences and giving help to the families of the victims ease their pain for a short period of time. Their voices for justice still remain as they wait for the government to take an action about gun-related violence.