Tough gun laws did not stop killing of 2 N.Y. firefighters
MD Webster Shooting News Conference
Monroe County Sheriff Deputy Chief Steve Scott, second from right, and Webster Police Lt. Joseph Rieger stand by the photo of the dead and injured firefighters during a news conference Tuesday in Webster, N.Y. Authorities said William Spengler, 62, who served 17 years in prison for manslaughter, set his house afire then sprayed bullets at first responders, killing two firefighters and injuring two others. He then killed himself as seven houses burned along Lake Ontario. Several Herald readers commented on the latest gun violence and possible solutions to the problem.
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