One kid’s life not saved…

Ban basketball. And handshakes. It’s all we can do. Guns are already banned in Chicago.

A 17-year-old boy was shot and killed after a fight broke out at the end of a high school basketball game at Chicago State University.

Tyrone Lawson was shot around 9:20 p.m. outside the gymnasium near 95th Street and King Drive, according to Police News Affairs Officer Daniel O’Brien.

Shortly before the shooting, an argument had broken out in a handshake line after the game between Simeon Career Academy and Morgan Park High School, police said. The argument spilled into the parking lot and someone pulled out a gun and shot Lawson, officials said.

The good news, liberals tell us, is that Obama is planning to ban weapons not used in this shooting or the vast majority of shootings in America.

Here is a snapshot of homicide in America.

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Hmmmm… Why is the left obsessed with rifles?

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One Response to One kid’s life not saved…

  1. Tony says:

    Dr. Marlon Rosenbaum, associate clinical professor of medicine and pediatrics at Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons says there are on average 75 sudden deaths among athletes in middle, high school and college every year. Totally preventable by suspending school sports. The activities are not a necessity. If it saves just one child. It is all about the children.

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