Mass Shootings In The U.S.

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Mass Shootings In The U.S.
A policeman stands in front of the Luby's cafeteria, 17 October, 1991 in Killeen, Texas, where 22 people were massacred after a gunman opened fire in the crowded cafeteria before killing himself, 16 October 1991.
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US President Bill Clinton (R) applauds Suzann Wilson (C), mother of eleven-year-old Jonesboro, Ark. shooting victim Britthney Varner as US Attorney General Janet Reno (L), Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (2nd-L), D-NY, and Maryland Lt. Governor Kathleen Kennedy-Townsend (2nd-R) look on during a press conference at the Old Executive Office Building in Washington, DC. Andrew Golden, 11, and Mitchell Johnson, 13, killed four girls and a teacher at a Jonesboro middle school on March 24, 1998. Ten others were wounded in the shooting.
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Police stand outside the east entrance of Columbine High school as bomb squads and SWAT teams secure students 20 April 1999 in Littleton, Colorado. Thirteen students and one teacher died following a shooting by two gunmen in the school compound-- one of the deadliest school shootings in US history. Dylan Klebold, 17, and Eric Harris, 18, stormed the school with bombs, shotguns and semi-automatic weapons and began their killing spree. In addition to the 13 dead, more than 20 students were wounded. The two gunmen committed suicide during their rampage.
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Mark Barton, shown in this undated family photo with his wife Leigh Ann, daughter Mychelle Elizabeth, 7, and son Matthew, 11. Police say Barton killed his wife, then his children before going on a shooting spree in two Atlanta offices Thursday July, 29, 1999. Police said Barton committed suicide when he was approached by Cobb County police.
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Greg Zanis of Aurora, Ill. write the names of the victims on white crosses at a makeshift memorial outside of the Sheraton Hotel in Brookfield, Wisc. Saturday March 12, 2005 a man opened fire at the Sheraton Hotel where at least eight were killed in a shooting during a regularly scheduled church service for the Living Church of God.
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Police and investigators' vehicles are parked in front of the Red Lake Senior High School 22 March, 2005 on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in Red Lake. Jeff Weise opened gunfire at the Red Lake High School killing nine people and himself in the nation's worst school shooting since the rampage at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado in April of 1999.
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Police officials investigate the scene of a shooting at a one room Amish schoolhouse October 2, 2006 in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania. A man entered the school, let the boys go free, tied up the girls and shot them execution style. At least three girls are dead and seven are injured. The gunman shot and killed himself.
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A crowd gathers to observe a moment of silence at Virginia Tech University to remember the victims of the 16 April massacre at the university. Bells were set to toll in the United States Friday marking a day of mourning for 32 students and teachers shot dead at the university campus by South Korea-born Cho Seung-Hui. The day of religious services and commemorations comes amid burning questions over how Cho, who had been treated for mental health problems, was able to buy two guns and ammunition, and continue his studies unchecked at Virginia Tech.
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Nadine Cooper and her daughter take a moment to remember and pray after placing their memorial on the closed doors to Von Maur at the Westroads Mall in Omaha, Neb. Saturday Dec. 8th, 2007. The snowflakes were placed as a remembrance of those who died in the mall when Robert Hawkins gunned down 8 shoppers and employees Wednesday.
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A memorial is set up for those killed in yesterday's shooting at Cole Hall on the campus of Northern Illinois University in De Kalb, Illinois. Six people are dead including the gunman and 16 other people were left wounded after a young man pulled out a shotgun and began firing inside a lecture hall on February 14, 2008. This is the fourth shooting at a U.S. school within a week.
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People pray in front of the American Civil Association to pay their respects to the 13 victims of a mass shooting April 5, 2009 in Binghamton, New York. A gunman killed 13 people in an immigration community center, where he was at onetime an English student, on April 3 in Binghamton. The gunman, who subsequently killed himself, has been identified as 41-year-old Jiverly Wong.
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A fallen soldiers memorial for the 13 victims of the shooting rampage by US Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan on November 10, 2009 in Fort Hood, Texas. Hasan, an army psychiatrist, killed 13 people and wounded 30 in a shooting at the military base on November 5, 2009.
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Messages and balloons adorn a makeshift memorial for shooting victims, including U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ), outside the University Medical Center on January 20, 2011 in Tucson, Arizona. Rep. Giffords was wounded by a gunman who killed six people and wounded more than a dozen more in a shooting rampage on January 8, 2011.
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Sisters hug at a makeshift memorial across the street from the Century 16 movie theater the day after a gunman killed 12 people and injured 59 during an early morning screening of 'The Dark Knight Rises,' July 21, 2012 in Aurora, Colorado. Police in Aurora, a suburb of Denver, say they have the suspect James Holmes, 24, in custody.
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The scene of the theater shooting July 20, 2012 in Aurora, Colorado. A graduate student who told police he was the Joker opened fire in a theater showing the premiere of the latest Batman movie near Denver.
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