Parent of Oxford High School Mass Shooter Heads to Trial in Landmark Case on Youth Gun Access

Detroit, Michigan – Following the high-profile conviction of the mother of a teenage perpetrator behind a deadly school shooting, the father is set to face trial on March 5. Prosecutors are pursuing a rare legal strategy by holding the parents directly responsible for their son’s actions, alleging gross negligence for allowing him access to a firearm despite clear signs of mental health distress. James Crumbley, the father, is facing the same charges for involuntary manslaughter …

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Bump Stock Ban Faces Supreme Court Review in Landmark Gun Rights Case

Las Vegas, Nevada – Following the tragic mass shooting that took the lives of 58 individuals and injured hundreds at an outdoor music festival, the Trump administration took action to ban bump stocks, the device used by the gunman to unleash rapid fire on the crowd. This incident marked the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, prompting federal authorities to reexamine regulations on these dangerous firearm accessories. Now, the Supreme Court is poised to …

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Shooter of Burnsville Police Officers and Firefighter Was Not Legally Allowed to Own Gun

BURNSVILLE, MN – The Hennepin County Medical Examiner has identified the man responsible for the tragic shooting that took the lives of two police officers and a firefighter early Sunday morning. Shannon Gooden, 38, of Burnsville, was the shooter and was also killed in the incident. Gooden, who had a felony assault conviction in 2007, had lost his right to own a gun and had been unsuccessful in petitioning for restoration of his gun rights …

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Parade Shooting Leaves Woman Dead and 22 Injured in Kansas City Gun Violence Rampage

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The aftermath of a shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Victory Parade and Rally has left the city reeling. Chief Stacey Graves of the Kansas City Police Department revealed on Thursday that a dispute between several individuals sparked the tragic incident, resulting in 22 people sustaining gunshot wounds and claiming the life of one woman. Among the victims, the youngest was only 8 years old. As investigations continue, three …

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Megachurch Shooter: Legal Gun Purchase Despite Mental Illness, Criminal History

HOUSTON — A shooting at a Houston megachurch has raised questions about the ability of the shooter to legally obtain a firearm despite a history of mental illness and criminal activity. The shooter, identified as Genesse Moreno, used an AR-style rifle in the attack at Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church, ultimately being killed by security officers after exchanging gunfire. Moreno, 36, entered the church with her 7-year-old son and began firing in a hallway, prompting panic …

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Michigan’s New Gun Safety Laws Kick In Tuesday: What You Need to Know

LANSING, Mich. – Michigan’s new gun safety laws are set to go into effect on Tuesday, marking a significant change for the state. These laws will impact gun owners and aim to enhance safety measures around firearms. The new legislation comes after a series of mass shootings in the United States, prompting many states to reevaluate their gun laws. One of the key changes in the new laws is the requirement for gun owners to …

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Michigan mother found guilty of manslaughter in high school shooting case after giving son a gun

PONTIAC, Mich. – A Michigan jury delivered a guilty verdict in a groundbreaking case on Tuesday, convicting a mother of manslaughter in connection with the high school shooting that claimed the lives of four students near Detroit. Jennifer Crumbley, 45, was found guilty of four counts of involuntary manslaughter, marking the first time a parent has been charged with manslaughter in the United States for a child’s involvement in a school shooting. This verdict comes …

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Teen Killed in Warner Robins: Family Speaks Out About Gun Violence

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — The tragic death of 14-year-old TraQuavis Holloway has left his family devastated, as they mourn the loss of their beloved son. TraQuavis was fatally shot on a Saturday night, and now his family is left grappling with the senseless violence that took his life. According to TraQuavis’s father, Tommie Holloway, his son had asked for a ride to the movies that fateful night. Despite some initial reluctance, Holloway ultimately agreed to …

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Gun Recovered from Suspect Matches Casings from Mass Shooting

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – A firearms expert has connected bullet casings from a mass shooting in San Francisco’s Mission District to a car linked to suspect Javier Campos. The same expert also linked the bullet casings to a gun that Campos discarded before his arrest. Prosecutor Stacie Pettigrew informed the court about the discovery of the gun and magazine after Campos was apprehended following a car chase in Santa Cruz County. The gun, tested by …

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Virginia Bill Advocated by Family of Murdered Teen to Hold Parents Accountable for Gun Use by Minors Advances in State Senate

RICHMOND, Va. – The Virginia State Senate recently moved forward with a bill that seeks to impose consequences on parents if their minor child uses their firearm to commit a crime. The proposed legislation, SB 44, was put forth by State Senator Schuyler VanValkenburg (D-Henrico) and aims to charge parents with a felony if their child gains access to their gun and is deemed a threat to themselves or others, or has been involved in …

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