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Topic - Stephen Barton
"Not only that, but we have loopholes in our laws that enable that sort of error and we don't do a good job of keeping guns out of the hands of dangerous people," said Mr. Barton. "I really hope we can honor the people we lost today and try to move forward the best we can."
Stephen Barton, who was shot in the face and chest in the July 20 Aurora theater shooting, said "thousands of people are murdered with a gun every single year."