Family of UNC student who risked his life against gunman on campus speaks out

Riley Howell, the brave 21-year-old student at the University of North Carolina that fought the gunman, is laid to rest as his family reflects on his heroic actions.

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31 thoughts on “Family of UNC student who risked his life against gunman on campus speaks out

  1. I'm not buying this crap,……this event was staged. The Governor of N.C. doesn't need to make a special trip all the way from Raleigh to appear at a press conference for an alleged event that was over in six secs. I believe it was another active shooter training drill and the students in that class were in on it under the direction of Homeland Security and FEMA.

  2. He was a hero before this, all to common, horrible tragedy. We’ve lost another innocent hopeful young boy for a better future for our country. I’m sooo saddened that this has become acceptable in Our Country and for our innocent young children and their families.

  3. This is why what happened that is someone having sacrifice to lose their life and others to be safe that take courage and brave especially that of a hero always try to like protect her innocence and to make sure that has to come on family artist sacrifice yourself to save other people to come home to see their families and loved ones to make sure that safety over to come here first but sometimes that safety on a security because they're not that many security cameras inside or outside and who they could might be like identify of the shooting that shoot innocent people inside of a campus School dispensary that in the near future I hope whoever party line and shut the innocent one because this is the future right now of a technological upper technology however let me ask you this do you think that technology is the future of the way that they make sure that what you got on security homes like inside especially could transfer toward a security in from the school right there could be more safer security and could capture those people that to identify to bring a Justice but by the end one wave of a student that he's risked his life to save address and now that what kind of future like he want to have a great responsibility but it's future just and it short but now everyone on his hometown now did you remember that how to have a responsibility and how he going to have of a better future but looks like it that he kind of about leave over to yours and to say fathers but the family well now that it could pass it on to Neighbors family's cartoons uncles and nephews especially inside of a social media because sometimes that my kind of Brave data you wanted to do and what kind of who got the guts to be a the coverage

    Today right now rest in peace and then after that he could to continue his future by the heavens and gods and then we could do anything he wanted to do and PS I'm just a handicap to the speaker getting to know me I didn't know you so let's move on a great responsibility to be United

  4. "Moral courage is a more rare commodity than bravery in battle or great intelligence." β€” Democratic Senator Robert F. Kennedy, https://tinyurl.com/yaalokxm

    Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. β€” Mark Twain

    "When good people in any country cease their vigilance and struggle, then evil men prevail." β€” Pearl S. Buck, Pulitzer Prize winner and recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature

    "Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If you … will do this, you will change the earth.” β€” William Faulkner, May 28, 1951

  5. Riley should be remembered for preventing a greater tragedy. He likely knew he was not going to make it out alive in this situation, but will be remembered for being one of the few brave souls who attempted (and maybe even succeeded) in thwarting an armed assailant in causing more grief to other families. This man should earn a posthumous medal.

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