School shootings have left many towns in the United States in mourning, but gun restrictions won’t solve the problem. (Getty Images )
School shootings have left many towns in the United States in mourning, but gun restrictions won’t solve the problem.
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A Rapid Increase in School Shootings in 2013

February 5, 2013  •  From theTrumpet.com
We have seen a rapid increase in school shooting in the U.S. last year in 2012.
 

The tragic school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, capped off a record year of school shootings in the United States. In 2012, there were 10 school shootings that left a total of 41 people dead and 13 wounded. Though the Newtown shooting was the deadliest one of the year, also tragic was that three of these shootings were suicides carried out on school grounds, one of them in front of a group of 9th-grade students.

But as terrible as 2012 was, 2013 has been even more deadly. In the month of January alone, a mind-staggering eight, yes, eight school shootings took place.

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