Conceal carry - Increase of Mass Public Shootings...

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Increase of Mass Public Shootings Introduction A) Attention getter- 1.The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed-2 nd Amed 2.From my Cold dead Hands-Charleston Hesston B) Relevance-December 15 1791, our founding fathers gave every American the right to Protect themselves. C) Creditability- 1.I have researched Mass shootings in America, and the law in Texas extensively. 2.I have taken the Texas CHL course. D)Thesis-The threat of being a victim in a mass public shooting is growing every day, and the solution is as simple as following the constitution. BODY A)Problem-Increase in Mass Shootings 1.1961-Charles Whitman Shot climbed the University of Texas Tower killed 16 people and wounded 31 others. a. Since then over 100 americans have gone on shooting spree’s and its becoming more and more frequent. 2.Aug 1986-Man walks into a post office and killed 14 people. 3.Sept 17 1999-Man walks into a church in Fort Worth and kills 8 people 3.Jan 2006-A woman walks into a post office and kills 6 people. 3.An article from MSNBC called said April 16, 2007, Seung-Hui Cho walked on the Virginia Tech campus and killed 32 people while wounding many more before committing suicide. Armed with only a .22 caliber P22 and a 9mm Glock 19 handguns, the mentally unstable Cho was able to walk to different areas of
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course FUND OF PU 1315 taught by Professor Vidirine during the Spring '08 term at Austin CC.

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