Santa Fe hits home for veteran of helping mass shooting victims heal

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Guns are so hard-wired into Texas culture that last week's deadly rampage at Santa Fe High School is considered unlikely to result in any significant restrictions on access to weapons in the Lone Star State.

"You could feel a unification of voices around the issues he discussed from various school districts and law enforcement", he told The Texas Tribune.

In a letter on Tuesday, Santa Fe School District Superintendent Leigh Wall said that Santa Fe High School's graduation will be held at 7:30 p.m. on June 1 at Joe Raitano Memorial Stadium.

"It's terrible, it's just tough", said Williams when asked about the shooting that took the lives of eight students and two teachers. I've always kind of felt like eventually it was going to happen here too, so-I don't know.

Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17, is jailed on murder charges in Friday's attack.

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Antonios Pagourtzis said his son never displayed any signs that he would be capable of such violence, explaining that he didn't fight with others, didn't drink alcohol and seemed to enjoy healthy pursuits such as working out.

"I saw the child".

Abbott said he hoped some of the ideas could be implemented by the start of the next school year, such as the improved threat assessment system that would allow schools across Texas to better share information.

Still, it's no wonder that most Americans cite the lack of change since the murder of 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012 as evidence that we are locked in a toxic stasis, thanks mostly to our politicians' love affair with the National Rifle Association.

The cause of death for each victim was gunshot wounds, according to John Florence, chief investigator for the Galveston County Medical Examiner's Office. Add Santa Fe School Shooting as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Santa Fe School Shooting news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

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Watt led efforts to raise more than $37 million for victims of Hurricane Harvey, which devastated Houston previous year.

Gov. Abbott on Tuesday kicked off the first of three roundtable discussions on school security, gun safety and the accounts of victims, including those from Santa Fe. Under Texas law, offenders younger than 18 who are charged with a capital offense face a maximum penalty of life in prison with the possibility of parole after 40 years.

At the first meeting on Tuesday, participants proposed expanding school safety training programs, bolstering threat assessment systems and expanding a pilot program created to screen for students, who might be a threat to themselves or others.

The May 19 front-page article " A fondness for trench coats and a growing darkness" reported that authorities said the two guns used by the alleged shooter in Texas belonged to his father.

Some Parkland students, who have led a grassroots movement to toughen gun laws, have expressed their support to students in Santa Fe - a rural community about 35 miles southeast of Houston.

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However unfortunately, the USA government, including President Donald Trump, has failed to recognise people's easy access to guns as a major problem.

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