Wednesday, August 27, 2014


What possible reason would any parent have to train their 9 year old daughter to use an Uzi? The answer is none; unless some place in their obviously distorted minds they intend to raise serial killer.

If so, this family is off to a good start when their 9 year old daughter used an Uzi to gun down her trainer. The parents of this 9 year old girl and others who suffer from the same distorted thinking, are calling it an accident.

In reality this was no accident. This 9 year old girl was intentionally handed a loaded Uzi and instructed to;

"All right, full auto," the firing-range instructor tells a 9-year-old girl. She braces the Uzi submachine gun and opens fire at a black-silhouette target. But the recoil wrenches the fully automatic weapon upward, and the instructor is shot in the head and killed.

Granted, this 9 year girl old had no intention to kill anyone nor was she the least bit aware that the weapon she was holding was a lethal killing machine and illegal on the streets. She was probably told that this was just a "fun" way to blast away and decimate inanimate objects while her parents captured those precious moments on video to air at future family gatherings. 
I can picture those gatherings now. The ooo's and ows' watching this 9 year old girl pump a magazine of bullets into objects with the sole intent of blowing them into pieces. No Barbies for this kid.

Thanks to her parents and those people who call themselves "gun enthusiasts" this young girl will live out the rest of her life reliving the horror of taking a human beings life while her parents caught it all on video.

A video released by investigators shows the 9-year-old, whose identity hasn't been released, holding the stubby weapon in both hands. Vacca, standing to her left, tells her to turn her left leg forward.

"All right, go ahead and give me one shot," he tells the girl, whose back is to the camera during the entire 27-second video. He then cheers when she fires one round at the target.

"All right, full auto," Vacca says. The video, which does not show the actual incident, ends with a series of shots being heard.

Arizona has long had a strong pro-gun culture, including weapon ranges that promote events for children and families. Some of these ranges offer people the thrill of firing weapons such as the Uzi that are generally illegal for members of the public to own.

The Scottsdale Gun Club in recent years has allowed children and families to pose with Santa Claus while holding machine guns and other weapons from the club. Children as young as 10 are allowed to hunt big game such as elk and deer in Arizona, provided they have completed a hunter safety course.

Not exactly a classroom show and tell on "what I did this summer."

As for those who perpetrate this horrific and sick form of entertainment, they will continue profiting from these misguided and gullible people who wantonly subject their children to these dangers to entertain themselves.

The saddest part of this is not the death of the instructor but the taking of a 9 year old's  childhood and destroying it for life.

Instructor's death at shooting range stirs debate over children and automatic weapons