Tragic Shooting in America: 21 People Shot, Video Shows Most Victims Were Children

In the city of Kansas, USA, gunfire erupted during a rally on Thursday morning, resulting in one fatality and leaving 21 people wounded, including many children. Every individual has been shot, and there are concerns about the increasing death toll.

The police have apprehended three individuals in connection with the case. The motive behind the gunfire has not been disclosed yet, although the police are questioning all three suspects. A video capturing the incident has surfaced, showing two individuals apprehending an assailant.

In the video, it can be seen that chaos erupts due to gunfire. Amidst the commotion, a man and a woman quickly run and apprehend the assailant. They push him to the ground and then proceed to capture him. Meanwhile, his gun falls to the ground. Subsequently, a woman picks up the fallen gun from the assailant’s possession.

The rally was about 3 kilometers long, with thousands of people gathered. The person who apprehended the assailant stated, “The rally was approximately 3 kilometers long, with thousands of people involved. I was right behind the assailant. When the firing started, chaos broke out among the people. In the midst of it, I saw the assailant in the crowd. I attempted to catch him from behind but couldn’t reach him. After a while, I pushed him. When he fell, I used all my strength to hold him down. Meanwhile, a woman came and took the fallen gun from the assailant’s possession.”

During the Freedom Day parade in Chicago on America’s Independence Day (July 4th), gunfire erupted. In this incident, 22-year-old Robert E. Kremo III is apprehended as a suspect. Kremo is a rapper, who allegedly attempted to flee after the shooting.

The police chased Kremo for a long time on the Chicago highway before apprehending him. Later, he identified himself as a musician. The incident, which unfolded at Highland Park in Illinois the day before, resulted in 6 fatalities and 31 injuries. The parade began at 10 in the morning, but the gunfire occurred just 10 minutes later, causing panic among the hundreds of people gathered to watch the event.

The population of America is 330 million, with 400 million firearms. According to reports from Switzerland’s Small Arms Survey (SAS), out of the total 857 million civilians worldwide, 393 million firearm owners reside in the United States alone. While America comprises 5% of the world’s population, it accounts for 46% of the total firearm owners globally.

As per a Gallup survey from October 2020, 44% of American adults live in households with firearms. Among these households, one-third of the people own guns. A report from 2019 indicates that there were 63,000 licensed gun dealers in America, who sold firearms worth 83 billion dollars to American citizens that year.

Even after 231 years, America has not been able to rid itself of its gun culture. Two main reasons contribute to this. Firstly, many Americans, from the President to state governors, continue to advocate for preserving this culture. Secondly, gun manufacturers, also known as the gun lobby, play a significant role in maintaining this culture’s existence.

Under the Second Amendment to the Constitution, Americans were granted the right to keep and bear arms under the Second Amendment to the Constitution, passed in 1791 as part of the Bill of Rights. This culture began in America when the British ruled the country, and there was no permanent police force, so people were allowed to keep weapons for their own and their families’ protection. Today, this law still stands.

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