Why are US mass shootings getting more deadly?

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Media caption How US mass shootings are getting worse Three of the worst five shootings in modern US history have happened in the last 16 months. It began – more or less – with 13, the number killed in 1949 in Camden, New Jersey, one of the earliest mass shootings in the US.

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Why are US mass shootings getting more deadly

By Tara McKelvey How US mass shootings are getting worse Three of the worst five shootings in modern US history have happened in the last 16 months. It began – more or less – with 13, the number killed in 1949 in Camden, New Jersey, one of the earliest mass shootings in the US.

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption‘Our kids play together,’ says a resident whose neighbours are feared dead Three of the worst five shootings in modern US history have happened in the last 16 months.

Why are US mass shootings getting more deadly? – …

Why are US mass shootings getting more deadly? How US mass shootings are getting worse. Three of the worst five shootings in modern US history have happened in the last 16 months. It began – more or less – with 13, the number killed in 1949 in Camden, New Jersey, one of the earliest mass shootings in the US.

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It began – more or less – with 13, the number killed in 1949 in Camden, New Jersey, one of the earliest mass shootings in the US. An army veteran, Howard Unruh, killed his neighbours. Over the next several decades, the numbers went up: 16 in Austin, Texas, on a campus in 1966, and 21 slain at a McDonald’s in San Ysidro, California, in 1984.

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In comparison, we spend millions each year to fund research on tornadoes, which have been about as deadly as mass shootings since the mid-1970s. The few studies we do have tell us that mass public shootings, while horrific, are, fortunately, quite rare.

Mass shootings in the United States – Wikipedia

Using the same definition, Gun Violence Archive records 152 mass shootings in the United States between 1967 and May 2018, averaging eight fatalities per incident when the perpetrator’s death is included. The United States has had more mass shootings than any other country.

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“Why are US mass shootings getting more deadly?” – BBC News. M.N.: I did notice this trend also and mentioned it in one of my previous posts.. The answer: because the planners and the organizers of these attacks do everything to approach the military efficiency in these operations. They do view them as the para-military types of operations.

US mass shootings becoming more frequent – and more deadly

In 2014, 336 mass shootings were recorded by a Reddit community which tracks all incidents where four or more individuals are injured (including the shooter). That number has already been surpassed this year. In the 334 days since 1 January, there have been 351 mass shootings in the country – that total doesn’t include today’s shooting.