Discussion in 'News of the Day' started by Sentry18, Dec 4, 2019 at 7:29 PM.
I guess all those gun laws don't work.
Who could have possibly predicted that!?
Didn't an active shooter episode happen a few years ago there? More than one shooter. They all turned out to be illegal aliens.
There was a navy ship yard shooting in 2013, but I believe that was in Washington. Can't remember another one in Hawaii, but perhaps I just missed it.
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Anybody heard any details about it. The only thing I've saw was the shooter was Navy, killed 2 civilian contractor and the shooting was near a sub dry dock.
I think that was the report I saw earlier. Guy killed himself after doing the shooting. Haven't found any details about him.
How about this one?
Thanks Sentry. I hadn't saw that one.
And now another one:
2 dead including suspect in shooting at Pensacola, Florida, naval base, police say: Live updates
Two people are dead including the suspect after an active shooting incident at a naval base in Pensacola, Florida, police said.
Authorities responded to reports of a shooting at naval base NAS Pensacola on Friday morning, officials said. ATF and FBI also responded to the scene.
There are "an unknown number of injured" that have been taken to a hospital," Lt. Cmdr. Megan Isaac, a Navy spokesperson, told ABC News.
Nine patients were admitted to Baptist Hospital in Pensacola but their conditions are unknown at this time, a hospital spokesperson said.
An unknown number of injured were taken to the trauma center at Ascension Sacred Heart Hospital.
This is the second shooting incident on a Navy base in the last week.
A 22-year-old active-duty sailor opened fire on three civilian employees, killing two, before he fatally shot himself at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard near Honolulu on Wednesday, military officials said.
The suspected shooter opened fire on shipyard personnel with his M4 service rifle and then used his M9 service pistol to shoot himself, officials said.
Now the Democrats will want to ban guns from the military.
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