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US shootings.

Terrible thing to happen but seems to be a regular occurence nowadays .


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Re: US shootings.

You are right about that RS.
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Re: US shootings.

We had a similar tragedy a few years back . Unheard of happening to occur over here especially with lack of guns and laws prohibiting firearms .


1996: Massacre in Dunblane school gym
A lone gunman has gone on a shooting spree at a school in Dunblane, Scotland, killing 16 children and their teacher. The killer sprayed shots at random around the school gym in an attack that lasted just three minutes, but caused carnage in a class of five and six year olds. He then turned the gun on himself.

Twelve other children were taken to hospital in Stirling, where one is reported to have later died of his injuries.

The killer has been named as Thomas Hamilton, 43, a local man, who had once - briefly - been a scout master before being sacked by the Scout Association.

'Sick and evil act'

The Queen has sent a message of sympathy to the people of Dunblane.

The Prime Minister, John Major, on a visit to Cairo, has spoken of his disbelief at what he called "this sick and evil act".


Sick , evil b******* .
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