Skip to comments.A sampling of child firearms deaths in 2012
Posted on 12/24/2012 12:35:12 PM PST by TurboZamboni
A sample of deaths by gunfire this year of children age 12 and under based on an Associated Press review of media reports: Jan. 23Jaymee M. Steward, 7, is accidentally shot in the head while he and his brothers, ages 4 and 13, play in a bedroom of the family home in Morristown, Tenn., with a .22-caliber gun they mistake for a toy. Jaymee dies three days later. Feb. 20Delric Miller, 9 months, is struck by gunfire when an attacker sprays the Detroit home he is in with an AK-47. Authorities say the gunfire is gang-related.
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When people ignore this, they're as guilty as if they had killed these babies in the womb themselves.
The CDC has stats...
Firearms don’t even warrant a mention of those things most likely to cause an injury death.
More kids die in bathtubs!!!
Ban the bathtub!
While this article discusses children 12 and under, most “child gun deaths” statistics favored by liberals that they throw out include all the teenage gang-bangers blowing each other away in street violence.
those guns are then all exported via “gun show loopholes” to Chicago, Baltimore and DC for sale by Wayne LaPierre to poor black children. /sarc
About 100,000 children were killed in the US last year as he result of inconvenience. If we really care about protecting children, we would ban the abortionists’ scalpels and suction tubes.
Gangs, idiots who leave guns out where kids can find them, and crazy people.
Therefore, guns are bad.
Automobiles? 32,367 in 2011. How many were children?
If we only spent more $ on Head Start, this wouldn’t happen.
-Mr. New Castrati.
26 children a day are killed by a family member, generally a single, separated or divorced woman.
“If we only had more generous EBT cards,more strict enforcement of child support laws,and got rid of the ‘gass ceiling’ for women, these women wouldn’t be so stressed and forced to do these things.”- Mr New Castrati
“If we only had more generous EBT cards,more strict enforcement of child support laws,and got rid of the ‘glass ceiling’ and pay inequity for women, these women wouldn’t be so stressed and forced to do these things.”- Mr New Castrati
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