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It's not about race..it's about responsibility.

This has absolutely nothing to do with the skin color of anyone involved in the incident. It's about responsibility. If Blackwell wanted to own and handle a gun, he's responsible for doing it safely. If it kills someone by accident while in his hands, that makes him guilty of involuntary manslaughter. If the weapon is of faulty manufacture, that makes Remington also responsible, but doesn't negate Blackwell's responsibility (he should be researching his weapon of choice before buying and if this was a known issue, that's on him for choosing to purchase it anyway). No matter what, the innocent family deserves to see justice done and those who choose to own firearms need to be held accountable for what those weapons do in their hands. End of story.

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