US Firearm Mass-Murders 2020


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The United States, which has suffered repeatedly due to domestic gun violence over the years

Gun violence was rampant within the United States in 2019 as high-profile attacks such as those in El Paso, Dayton, Virginia Beach, and Odessa left scores dead across the country. Additionally, many shootings both public (such as the Sebring bank attack) and domestic (such as the Abington familicide) left 4 or more dead yet still went largely unnoticed, leading to as many as 165 people being killed and 109 being injured over the course of the year. Here, we track mass-murders that were carried out using firearms (4 people or more killed with guns not including the perpetrator) for the year 2020.


NumberDateLocationKilledInjuredDescriptionSource







1January 17th 2020Grantsville (UT)41Mass-familicide by a 16 year oldhttp://tiny.cc/gjcwiz
2January 24th (est)Vanceboro (NC)40Mass-familicidehttp://tiny.cc/njj9iz
3
February 5th
Indianapolis (IN)
4
0
Contained to one residence
4
February 26th
Milwaukee (WI)
5
0
Workplace violence
5
March 15th
Springfield (MO)
4
2
Public attack
6
 March 15th
Chatham County (NC)
6
0
Mass-familicide







Total

273


Although not on mainland USA, in Puerto Rico 4 family members were shot dead in their home shortly after New Year.

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