New rule. The government takes away the identity of any mass shooter.
New rule. The government takes away the identity of any mass shooter. They no longer get to share their family's name and nobody gets to post a picture or glorify them in any way, negative or otherwise. They can be suspect#1, 2, etc, for the rest of their lives. Let's take away their messed up celebrity status. The victims need our attention not the suspects. Good deal? Good deal.
I agree, most of these people who do this, particularly the one's who don't kill themselves or die in the process, are in it for the attention. Why feed their need for attention? It does nothing. I am all for focusing on helping the victims of these incidents heal. Maybe focusing more on how to spot people who are taking a hard turn towards violence to prevent more incidents like this, but not give the individual attention.
I completely agree! It is sickening to watch how these shooters gain celebrity status while the victims just fade away. I honestly think celebrity status is part of the motivation for these shooters. They know they will become famous.
Interesting point, I think you are right there is almost a celebrity appeal to it, totally sickening if you ask me. I think as well it would stop all these people who hold up signs in judgement, they are are just as bad, have they really got nothing better to do with their lives. Did you see the new scream? That was on a similar topic.
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