PARKLAND – Hundreds of people were demonstrating on Saturday for stricter laws governing the purchase of weapons in the United States must be more difficult. Also on Wednesday, the protesters criticized politicians who, in their eyes, attach more importance to the freedom of dissemination of weapons than the protection of children.
,,Because of these laws, there are people died that I know well and people I love were shot,” said Delaney Tarr. She is a school student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where former student Nikolas Cruz seventeen people doodschoot and dozens of people injured.
At an arms fair which happens this weekend took place in Dade County, not far from the site of the massacre, visitors had a different opinion. According to the most are their ,,rights protected by the U.s. constitution, and new laws do not result in a massacre such as at the school can be prevented.”