Family members who lost loved ones six years ago during a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary want people to know the signs of a possible school shooter.
Sandy Hook Promise, an advocacy group against gun violence, recently released a video called “Point of View” that takes viewers through a student’s day who is consistently overlooked and ignored.
In the video, it appears to be class election day. A student walks to school behind a student on the phone, then a girl who embraces friends. The student isn’t passed flyers by another student asking people to vote for her on two occasions. A library scene shows another student reading a message posted to social media: “Tomorrow you’ll all be sorry.”
A locker room scene shows the student being bumped in the locker. In another scene, the student is called a “stupid freak.”
Then, the video shows the student unzipping a duffle bag, grabbing a gun inside, walking into an auditorium and shouting “Look at me!”
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