All this prove is that once again, gun free zones DON'T work.
Plus, if he was willing enough to shoot himself in the head, who's to say he wouldn't have used a knife, rope, or poison had the gun not been handy? It's really a shame for him and his friends/family that he did it, but it was HIS decision, and HIS fault it happened. No one else can be blamed for what he did.
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