The gunman who killed five people and wounded numerous others in a Friday attack on a manufacturing plant in Aurora, Illinois, had a previous felony conviction that should’ve prevented him from getting a gun license, according to the Chicago Tribune. The killer had been employed by the Henry Pratt Company in Aurora. He found out
Five people were tragically murdered when a man opened fire inside a manufacturing warehouse in Aurora, Illinois, on Friday. Almost immediately after news of the mass shooting spread, Democrats and gun control advocates — before many of the basic details were reported, yet alone known — used the tragedy to bolster the gun control narrative.