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Newtown plans quiet anniversary of school shooting

NEWTOWN, Conn. (AP) -- President Barack Obama called on the nation to help prevent future violence in an address released on Saturday's anniversary of the school shooting in Newtown, which planned a day of quiet reflection with private memorial services and the ringing of bells for the victims.

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Realchange - 12/14/2013 3:09 PM
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The families have the right to grieve. NO one has the right to remove the Constitutional right to keep and bear arms. To many of our rights are gone already. Try being a veteran who wants jury trial when you go to court, as required by the Constitution, watch as government officials laugh at and say your out your mind wanting a trial by jury per Constitution. All this is about is push to get gun restrictions in place them remove guns from citizens. Yes children died , yes an evil coward killed them. No you can't take good citizens guns as result.

angels072258 - 12/14/2013 10:42 AM
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It really breaks my heart to hear about the tragedies that have taken innocent lives. No child (or adult) should have to endure that kind of pain and torture. Even though I don't know any of them I do lift the families up in prayer that was devastated over this. God bless them all.
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