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December 18, 2012

How safe are Ada's schools?

Ada —  

Security procedures were being carefully reviewed in this community’s public schools Monday in the wake of arguably the most heartbreaking mass shootings ever to happen in this country.

 Twenty first-graders lives, their little bodies riddled with bullets delivered from yet another mad man  — 20-year-old Adam Lanza — had life stolen from them. Lanza was equally brutal in murdering six adults including his own mother who owned the weapons used in the attack.

None had a chance and all were strangers to him.

The white elephant in the room now — who will be next?

Nobody’s been apathetic about security issues since 9-11 back in 2001, but mass murderers continue to kill and frustrate Americans and destroy families from coast to coast.

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