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Pulse Nightclub Shooting in Orlando


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Law enforcement officers block off the entrance to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, on Feb. 15, 2018 in Parkland, Fla. A day earlier a gunman opened fire in the school.
Pulse Shooting

Democrats Unveil New Gun Bills Tuesday With MSD, Pulse Survivors


“People like to say that wouldn’t have stopped Pulse from happening. That wouldn’t have stopped the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School,” said Brandon Wolf, a Pulse survivor. “Well nobody ever said one law in particular is going to end gun violence in this country. We have to take a comprehensive approach, and that’s why you’re going to hear several pieces of legislation talked about.”
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Pulse nightclub. Photo: Cassi Alexandra / ProPublica
Pulse Shooting

Independent Review Of Orlando Fire Department Response To Pulse: Policies Were Outdated And Not Followed


The National Police Foundation has issued an independent review of the Orlando Fire Department’s response to the Pulse nightclub shooting. The report, released Wednesday, largely corroborates an investigation by WMFE and ProPublica released in September finding the Orlando Fire Department failed to prepare adequately for a mass shooting, despite people within the organization sounding the alarm.
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