Gun Ban Didn’t Stop Mass Shooting in Australia

Many gun control activists here in the United States point to Australia as an example of why they want a ban of most guns. They try to convince us that since Australia banned the private ownership of most guns in 1996, that it has made the country safer with fewer homicides and rare mass shootings.

They fail to mention that after the gun ban went into effect and the government spent over $500 million buying back guns that crime rates throughout the country soared, especially armed robberies (up 69%) and home invasions (up 21%).

It’s doubtful that many of America’s liberals will want you to know that over the weekend, a family of 7 in Australia were found shot death.

(Perth Now) – THE grieving relatives of the Miles family who were found dead at their Margaret River property say they are still trying to comprehend the tragedy which unfolded.

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In a statement, they appealed for the public to refrain from speculating about what happened and allow them to grieve.

“We are devastated by this shocking event,” the statement said. “We are stunned and still trying to understand how this could happen.

“We respectfully ask that the community refrain from speculating on the circumstances surrounding this tragic incident.

“We thank the community for their support and ask that our privacy is respected as we grieve.”

Earlier, WA Police revealed three firearms found at the Osmington Road property belonged to grandad, Peter Miles…

The seven dead included a grandfather, grandmother, daughter and 4 grandkids ranging in age from 13 down to 8. Authorities believe that this latest mass shooting may have been a murder suicide committed by one of the those found dead. There were 3 firearms found at the home, all belonging to the grandfather.

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