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BLACKOUT OF MASSACRES
A mass murderer can be your neighbor, your friend, or even a family member! When a massacre occurs, it's simply
too late to bring back the victims that lost their lives! It is up to the neighbors, friends, and family members to report
suspicious behavior that may occur to us as well as the authorities. A mass murderer is not born a mass murderer so
massacres are not planned from birth, therefore, anyone can be transformed into a mass murderer!
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Beslan school hostage crisis
September 2004: A group of pro-Chechen armed rebels took more than 1,200 school children and adults hostage on September 1, 2004, at
School Number One (SNO) in the town of Beslan, North Ossetia. On the third day of the standoff, gunfire broke out between the hostage-takers
and Russian security forces.
Bath School disaster
May 18, 1927 : In the deadliest mass school murder in United States history, former school board member Andrew Kehoe set off three bombs in
Bath Township, Michigan killing 45 people and wounding 58. Kehoe killed himself and the superintendent by blowing up his own vehicle.
The Virginia Tech massacre was a school shooting comprising two separate attacks about two hours apart on April 16, 2007, on the Virginia
Tech campus in Blacksburg, Virginia, United States. The perpetrator, Seung-Hui Cho, killed 32 people and wounded many more, before committing
suicide, making it the deadliest school shooting in U.S. history.
May 15, 1974: The Ma’alot massacre was an attack, carried out in Ma’alot, Israel by members of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of
Palestine, that occurred on May 15, 1974, the 26th anniversary of Israeli independence. In this massacre members of the DFLP murdered 22
religious high school students from the city of Safed. Ma’alot, located on a plateau in the hills of the Western Galilee region of Israel, some six
miles south of the Lebanese border, was a development town founded in 1957 by Jewish refugees, mainly from Morocco and other Arab
countries such as Tunisia. The terrorist attack was perpetrated by three members of the Popular Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
(PDFLP), al-Jabha al-Dimuqratiyya li-Tahrir Filastin.
April 26, 2002 : Eighteen people died when an expelled former pupil went on a shooting spree at his school in the eastern German city of Erfurt.
Masked and dressed in black, the gunman walked through classrooms killing 14 teachers, two schoolgirls and one of the first policemen on the
scene before taking his own life.
March 13, 1996 : Dunblane massacre. Unemployed former shopkeeper and Scout leader Thomas Hamilton walked into Dunblane Primary School
armed with two 9 mm pistols and two .357 Magnum revolvers. He killed sixteen small children and a teacher. The subsequent police investigation
revealed that Hamilton had loaded the magazines for his Browning with an alternating combination of fully metal jacketed and hollow point
ammunition. This event led to the banning of handguns in the UK.
University of Texas Clock Tower Shootings
August 1, 1966 : University of Texas Clock Tower Shootings. After killing his wife and mother, Charles Whitman pointed a rifle from the
observation deck of the University of Texas at Austin’s Tower and began shooting in a homicidal rampage that went on for 96 minutes. He killed
fifteen people and wounded 31 others before being shot dead by police. David Gunby was wounded in the shooting but died 35 years later after
Columbine High School Massacre
April 20, 1999 : Two students stormed Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado and murdered 12 other students aged 14 to 18 as well as a
teacher. A further 24 people were injured before the attackers, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, killed themselves.
The École Polytechnique Massacre
December 6, 1989 : Twenty-five-year-old Marc Lepine killed 14 women and wounded a further 13 people at the École Polytechnique at the
University of Montreal in the worst school massacre in Canada’s history. He then took his own life. In a letter he left behind, he indicated a hate
for feminists as a motive for the shooting. It remains to this day the worst massacre in Canadian history.
Cologne school massacre
June 11, 1964: Cologne school massacre. Armed with an insecticide sprayer converted into a flamethrower, a lance and a homebuilt mace,
42-year-old Walter Seifert entered the Katholische Volksschule and opened fire on the girls playing in the courtyard. He then knocked in
classroom windows with his mace and fired inside. Eight children and two teachers died, twenty children and two teachers survived with very
severe burns. After taking a cyanide pill, Seifert died the following day, in custody.
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