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Dem Senator: Video games gave Sandy Hook shooter a ‘false sense of courage’

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Sen. Christopher Murphy D-Conn. gave an emotional speech during Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s press conference introducing a new bill that would ban so-called assault weapons. Murphy insisted that if an assault weapons ban had been in place, many of the children shot at Sandy Hook “would be alive today.” He also blamed video games for influencing the Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza. “I think there’s a...

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