Nashville Elementary School Shooting Raises Demands for Congress to Take Actions on Gun Laws

JABAR EKSPRES – There has been a shooting at a Christian school in Nashville and total of six people were killed, three children and three adults.

The shooter suspect is Audrey Hale, a 28-year-old, a former at the school, armed with two assault rifles and a handgun, seemingly had planned the whole attack.

John Drake, a Nashville Police Chief, said that she was “under doctor’s care for an emotional disorder”. She had perfectly hidden seven legally brought weapons at her family home and three were used in the school shooting.

The Nashville Police Chief said Audrey’s parents knew about she owned one gun, but later believed Audrey had sold the weapon and had none anymore.

Victims were students all aged nine years old, Evelyn Dieckhaus, Hallie Scruggs, and William Kinney, died in the Nashville school shooting. As were headmistress Katherine Koonce (60), and staff members Cynthia Peak (61) and Mike Hill (61).

Averianna Patton, a former middle school basketball teammate of the suspect, said that she received a message sent from Audrey Hale to her Instagram stated that Audrey planned to commit suicide and Patton would see it on the news.

Congress Needs To Take Actions

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre demanded Congress to establish legislative actions following the Nahsville school shooting killed three children and three adults.

“Our message here is very, very clear. Enough is enough. We need to see action in Congress,” she told CNN.

A scheduled markup of a gun rights resolution was postponed, following the Nashville Elementary school shooting, and Jean-Pierre condemned the House Judiciary Committee for doing so. She said that “we have to make sure there are common sense gun safety laws. We have to make sure that we ban assault weapons.”

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