El Paso Texas, Dayton Ohio, What do they have in common. Two senseless cowardly shootings of Civilians going about their lives.?

Renounce them. Do not give them

Air time on news cast. Do not name

them. Take that sensationalism away

from them. They are the worst kind

of cowards. One who would kill a

innocent being for no purpose. Other

than wanting to be seen on TV and

get their false message sent.

4 Answers

  • 6 months ago
    Favorite Answer

    We can be almost be certain that these new "shooters" will be inducted into the "virtual shooter hall of fame."

    Killers linked to violent video games:

    Michael Carneal, the 14-year-old who fired upon a group of 8 praying class­mates at Heath High School in West Paducah, KY played video games all day.

    Nehemiah Griego, killed five, including his mother, father and small children in New Mexico. He loved playing violent video games.

    “I’ve been waiting to do this for years.” said Chris Harper-Mercer, the Umpqua, Oregon shooter, before he killed 10 people, including himself. He lived in a fantasy world of violent gaming.

    James Holmes killed 12 people and injured 70 others at a Century movie theatre. He played first-person shooter games, especially, World of Warcraft. “It’s what he did,” said those who knew him.

    Kip Kinkel, the Thurston High School shooter who killed four and wounded 25, was an avid gamer.

    Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, the murderers in the Columbine High School massacre, were addicted gamers. In the video Harris and Klebold made, Harris says the shooting will “be like [expletive] Doom” and shortly thereafter describes his sawed-off shotgun as being “straight out of Doom.” Doom is an extraordinarily violent first-person shooter game. The U.S. Marines appreciated the extraordinary power of the game. Marines were encouraged to play it, and it was sanctioned to be installed on government PCs.

    Adam Lanza, the Newtown shooter was an avid gamer. Adam notched up 22,000 ‘head shots’ using violent games to train himself for his massacre.

    Jared Lee Loughner killed six and injured 13, including Rep. Gabby Giffords. “All he did was play video games and play music,” said those who knew him.

    In 2003 Devin Moore, an Alabama teen, who shot three officers, spent much of his life playing first person-shooter games. “Life is a video game,” he said after his arrest.

    Evan Ramsey, the Alaska high school shooter, killed a student and the principal and wounded two others. He points to the video game, Doom, saying it distorted his version of reality, “I did not understand that if I pull out a gun and shoot you … you’re not getting back up. You shoot a guy in Doom, and he gets back up. You have got to shoot the things in Doom eight or nine times before it dies.”

    Jose Reyes was the 12-year-old who opened fire at Sparks Middle School in Nevada, killing a teacher and wounding two students before turning the gun on himself. He had played violent video games for months before the shooting.

    Elliot Rodger, the Isla Vista, CA shooter, killed seven, including himself. He admitted he was addicted to violent gaming and played World of Warcraft.

    Jacob Tyler Roberts, the Clackamas Oregon shooter, was an avid gamer.

    Dylann Storm Roof, The Charlestown Church shooter who killed nine, dropped out of school to spend his time playing violent video games.

    Jeff Weise, the Red Lake, MN shooter, shot dead nine people at and near his high school. He followed a video game-like script in his massacre.

    Nik Cruz shot 34 people in cold blood — killing 17 of them — at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Cruz was an avid first person video game killer.

    Dimitrios Pagourtzis faces 10 counts of capital murder for allegedly opening fire at Santa Fe High School in southeast Texas. Dimitri killed thousands in violent video games in the "vitual world" and he was a virtual hero.

    • Login to reply the answers
  • 6 months ago

    A drama that many don't care about, because their right if gun owning is much more important than victims lives. They say if people have gun , this never happens but I think it is a fallacious excuse cause many have guns over there and did not prevent any deadly shootingshooting so far. Once every family loses a beloved one , maybe things will changes but It is even not sure, mentality is hard to change

    • Login to reply the answers
  • 6 months ago
    • Login to reply the answers
  • 6 months ago

    Well...kinda late for that...

    • Blue Skies.
      Lv 7
      6 months agoReport

      For these two yes. For the next one to come. NO.

    • Login to reply the answers
Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.