I reblogging this because you expressed many things that are so relevant and so important.
But I am also reblogging because I recently saw on Good Morning America a piece where the children of the instructor at the gun range wrote a letter to the little girl. In the letter they expressed that they held no ill feelings toward her and that they were praying for her. Those children are so in tune with knowing and understanding that this little girl will have to live with this tragedy for the rest of her life. The sad thing is, at this point nobody could even know how this tragic event will affect her life as she continues on her journey through life.
The final thing that the instructor’s children said was that they wanted to meet the little girl and hug her and tell her that they loved her and forgave her for the tragic accident that took their father from them. How wonderful it is to know that there are still parents, teachers, and religious leaders that have touched those children’s lives and taught them the true meaning of love and forgiveness. The latest musing of my mind!!
I am so sorry for that poor nine-year old girl who accidentally shot her range master/shooting instructor with an Uzi automatic submachine gun. This tragic accident happened at an Arizona popular tourist attraction called Bullets and Burgers(really??). They also broke their own rules, as shooters are supposed to be at least 10-years old. What in the world were they thinking when they all allowed this to happen. Someone with experience (like the range masters) should have been aware of the inherent danger of this activity.
The chief deputy for the Mohave County Attorney’s Office stated he did not fault the parents as they had placed their trust in the range master. I’m sorry, but I do fault the parents, as well as the range master and his establishment. THEY ALL should have known better than to allow this young girl to handle one of the most powerful weapons…
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