Toronto To Aurora, Close The Circle of Fire

July 2012
Moderate Voice;7/20/2012, p13
Blog Entry
The article offers the author's insights on the theater shooting incidence in Aurora, Colorado and the gun law in the U.S. The author explores the rise of the issue on gun control debate due to the shooting incidence. The author states that the U.S. is one of nations which accept the notion of firearms in the public. It includes the blog posted by a young woman named Jessica Ghawi concerning the food court shooting in Toronto, Ontario.


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