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America’s ‘gun-control terror gap’

 

The Guardian looks at the “gun-control terror gap” in the United States, which the news organization defines as “the notion of a legislative hole whereby U.S. citizens can purchase deadly firearms even if they are under investigation for suspected terrorist activity. The Government Accountability Office found that between 2004 and 2014, some 91% of suspected terrorists who attempted to buy a gun – 2,043 out of 2,233 – succeeded.”

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