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Every Month, a Multi-Person Shooting in the U.S.

• August 08, 2012 • 3:12 PM

Here’s a frightening list: every month there has been a shooting of multiple people in the U.S. Of course not all are “mass shootings,” but many include the words “open fired” and were at places—like nightclubs, restaurants, NBA games, parties—with crowds: http://www.bradycampaign.org/xshare/pdf/major-shootings.pdf.

Maria Streshinsky
Maria Streshinsky is the editor of Pacific Standard, and was formerly the managing editor of The Atlantic in Washington, D.C. She spent two years working at the U.S. Department of the Interior.

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