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What do you think of violence If you go to the movies more than likely there will be some form of violence Bombings shootings fights or even yelling are found somewhere in each movie Even though movies are not real the acts that happen every night arent Whether classic gangster style rampages random acts of violence or planned violent occurrences terrorism has changed many ways over the decades to terrify the citizens of the United States On April 19 1995 the worst attack ever recorded took place in Oklahoma All started as a good day till one man showed up Timothy McVeigh drove into the garage of the nine-story building Only thing wrong was that the rental truck he drove was filled with TNT and other explosives When the incident occurred half of the building was demolished and 168 people had died because of one man Another bombing occurred about one year later was the Atlanta Olympic bombing Even though it was not as bad as the Oklahoma bombing it was still bad enough Over 100 people were injured and 1 ended up dying because again one man thought it was necessary to blow up a communication tower in a park near the Olympic games Have you ever seen Dick Tracy I did when I was around 6 or 7 Even though I dont remember all that much of the movie I still recall all the gangster shootings The gangster era was around the 1930s and ended shortly Specialized cars where made some could take bullets from a tommy gun some could be hit by a bomb and still somewhat drive off Many of the cars had traps like oil coming out of the back so the cars would slip that were following them or had tacks so the tires would blow out As we all know guns are bad when used for the pleasure of rampaging schools and churches Most families in the United
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