hellsphreak: (pissed penguin)
Let me see... 33 people got killed.
Several others injuried, I am sure.
This is apparently more deadly than the 1966 slayings and the 1999 Columbine High psychotic shootings.

So, why is everyone complimenting the police force, SWAT, facility, etc, for their coordinated efforts in rescuing/maiming/carrying students off to safety?

What of the dead, their families, the tragedy itself? What of the assissinator? Why is learning about how the police force organized the rescue and take-down so much more important than learning of the pain, injury, deaths and overall effect of the situation upon others? Is America so disillusioned that they prefer to deal with the "bravery and courage" of others rather than the actual event?

Yes, the media does point out the events that transpired on the day of the killings, and the death toll. But compared to how much spotlight is being brought to the force, SWAT, facility, etc., the actual event has but a speckle of limelight here and there.

You see more media shots of the facility and police force than that of traumatized student.

Stupid Americans.

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