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Imagine that your child attends a public school as the majority of children in the nation do One day youre not feeling too well so you decide to relax take a sick day and stay home from work Youre in front of the TV watching some lousy daytime soap when the local news station breaks through with a report of a shooting inside the local school where your teenage son goes Worst case scenario your very own son is an unfortunate victim undeserving yet nevertheless subject to the wrath of this crazed student killers Not likely you say Probably the same idea in the heads of parents in Columbine Jonesboro and countless other less celebrated cases of these horrible shootings prior to the massacres How might these incidents be prevented Well nobody can say for sure One of the most popular ideas has been the installment of metal detectors at the doors of our schools Needless to say any parent or anybody would rather see on the six oclock news that two students attempted to enter a school with an arsenal of weapons with intent to kill but were caught by metal detectors than to see that they were successful The idea of metal detectors seems to be a good and logical one Metal detectors would detect weapons attempted to be brought into our schools Therefore they would surely prevent these incidents and keep our kids from being killed or wounded at one of the supposed safest places for them Sure it would be expensive causing a raise in taxes but who is to put a value on a human life Ask any of the parents whose children have been murdered at their school if they would object to contribute to paying for metal detectors Wouldnt saving even one life be worth the hassle Of course What if it was your child or your spouse was the teacher who was gunned down That would most
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