The NRA responds

A protester holds up a sign during a speech by Wayne LaPierre (L), Executive Vice President of the National Rifle Association (NRA), during a news conference in Washington. NRA, the powerful U.S. gun rights lobby, went on the offensive on Friday arguing that schools should have armed guards, on a day that Americans remembered the victims of the Newtown, Connecticut school massacre

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A protester holds up a sign during a speech by Wayne LaPierre (L), Executive Vice President of the National Rifle Association (NRA), during a news conference in Washington. NRA, the powerful U.S. gun rights lobby, went on the offensive on Friday arguing that schools should have armed guards, on a day that Americans remembered the victims of the Newtown, Connecticut school massacre

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