Impact of Violent Attacks: Gender, Age, and Origin Influence Long-Term Consequences

Luxembourg City, Luxembourg – A recent report from Luxembourg’s official statistics agency Statec reveals that the long-term impact of a violent attack on a victim can vary depending on factors such as gender, age, and country of origin. The study, which surveyed 5,695 residents between 2019 and 2020, found that foreign-born individuals were more likely to experience lasting consequences following a violent incident compared to Luxembourgers. According to the report, the country of origin of …

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Perry High School Shooter Dylan Butler Struggled with Bullying and Gender Identity

Perry, Iowa – On January 4, 2024, Dylan Butler, a 17-year-old senior at Perry High School, carried out a deadly shooting at the school. Armed with a pump-action shotgun and a small-caliber handgun, he fatally shot a sixth-grader and injured five others, including Principal Dan Marburger. Butler then died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. During a press conference, Assistant Director of the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation Mitch Mortvedt revealed that a rudimentary improvised explosive …

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