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Posted on 3rd June 2021
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This story on "toofab" beggars belief.
A mother in Texas opened fire on a puppy belonging to a neighbour, which she claims was rampaging, firing three shots in quick succession across a public street in the direction of two occupied houses. She could see a man and woman across the street, but not her own son (her view of him was obscured), and a ricochet hit the boy.
The woman has been charged, as is only just. I also hope that her gun licence is revoked.
This is just another example of problems with gun violence and gun accidents in the USA, but "the guns are not the problem" right?