Skip to comments.[In 2001] [Eight] Pupils die in Japan knife massacre [he didn't need a gun to massacre children]
Posted on 12/24/2012 10:17:06 AM PST by grundle
A knifeman has killed at least eight pupils in a rampage at their school in western Japan.
Officials say more than 20 other pupils were hurt, along with several teachers. Some are seriously ill in hospital.
It is believed the children were aged six or seven.
(Excerpt) Read more at news.bbc.co.uk ...
In england they regulated knives too. Don’t get caught with a pointy knife unless you are a chef.
This destroys the argument of the gun-grabbers. You will NOT take my knives or sharpening stones.
I’m sorry. I find it discouraging to use the horrible tragedy of someone else to turn it into a political argument. Those families mourn, and they need our
prayer and concern. They don’t need political
brouhaha from us.
There was a case in China with a similar number of knife victims, although I’m not sure about fatalities, within a day of Stoney Brook.
This is not “political brouhaha”—these deaths & injuries could possibly have been prevented, or at least limited, had the school staff been armed.
These incidents are very sad but they are unfortunately reality.
They can have my Ginzu knife when they pry it from my cold, dead...
Hmmm, unprecendented. Gee whiz, where'd you think he got the idea to attack young school children. Maybe it was the over the top, incessant, hysterical, wrong, coverage of the Sandy Hook attack. What do you think?
Obviously, we need "news control", because news coverage is a PROVEN cause of inciting violence.
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