Essay On School Shooting

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In recent history, mostly American, students, and even some church goers, have endured the fear of death approaching. Death crawled up to them in the form of man, and a man armed no less. That impending doom has not subsided, and under new fronts, has grown by a leader’s own malevolence. There exists no American method to deter these attacks, leaving many students continuously vulnerable and afraid of bullets passing through their bodies. Indeed, these students, and the general public, do not often consciously think of these problems, but whenever the idea arises in some other part of the country, a paranoid fear overtakes them; these dreadful events have their own history to discuss, in collaboration with that dread of impending death. Oftentimes, when people look back through the years of [school] shootings, one’s mind…show more content…
It took only ten minutes for Nikolas Cruz to enter the school premises, fire dozens of rounds throughout the school, and kill seventeen students and teachers. Many of the results of other shootings occurred here as well, but the perpetrator did not kill himself at the end; rather, he left campus in accordance of the students who fled the school. Though, the police forces caught him soon after. The feeling of dread that the students felt as their peers and teachers fell, before them, downed by the malicious intents of an alumnus cannot and could not be tolerated. Those within the building suffered through the dread of death, but their families had to endure the fear of their loved one falling to those bullets. To combat that, many students have taken to a strike from school, protesting the current gun laws; their efforts aim them in the direction of changing the dynamic of the United States. In their home state, the victims of the Marjory shooting reformed the guns laws. The specific manner in which the gun laws were changed can be seen
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