Saving lives from future mass shootings

Dr. Kenji Inaba, a trauma surgeon and police officer, speaks on gun reform and how organizations like “Stop The Bleed” can help people in the wake of a mass shooting.

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10 thoughts on “Saving lives from future mass shootings

  1. 9 of the top 11 states with the lowest per capita state spending on law enforcement are the Republican-led states of South Dakota, West Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina, Iowa, Arkansas, Indiana and Kentucky.

  2. You might as well call this cycle of mass shooting in public places in America, "The Circle of Life".

    So this is the new Circle of Life?
    You born, you become the shooter or get shot at from mass shootings, you die. Rinse & Repeat.

  3. RFID door knob is $300 a door. Put them on schools. Give kids plastic cards to get in. $4000 tops a school. Would create jobs in the short term

  4. And most gun violence takes place in democrat run cities like Chicago, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Oakland and New York.

  5. It seems like we are all going to have to start carrying back-country sized back packs filled emergency equipment (as civilians and every day citizens) as long as emergency services and law enforcement refuse to do their jobs and use their equipment paid for by the tax payers. I was personally exposed to bloody toliet paper in the ER closest to me, gotta love a hospital that exposes patients to bio hazards with no recourse for the patient. In the cases of some small towns, a "law enforcement" budget has been consuming 40% of the town budget, while standing by handcuffing and tazing parents who want to take action themselves to save their children. Yikes. Add turnicates, narcan and cpr masks to our handbags, as if it's not the job of other professionally trained individuals who are well paid with strong benefits packages. This is getting ridiculous, media.

  6. These malls, hospitals, schools and grocery stores are all "gun free" premises. No wonder why mass shooters target those places.

  7. I agree the community is responsible for stopping the shootings,there needs to be a law where every law abiding citizen has to carry a gun and be trained on that gun no matter what no exceptions and can't leave house without it

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