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Police saying a moment ago that -- school made a crime scene until further notice everything has been blocked off from for good reason.
As that investigation continues painstaking.
Detail try and figure out a motive.
A community meanwhile and frankly the country numb with grief yet again as we remember the victims of -- -- the worst mass murders in US history my next guest knows the state very well.
Amid this sorrow he's calling for a national commission on violence -- prevent this from happening again independent senator Joseph Lieberman with -- announcer.
Good morning to you with a number of categories we can go through here whether it is gun violence or.
-- there's violent movies or whether it's video games whether it's mental health.
The relationship of preparedness child and a child with a parent.
You you were talking this weekend about a way to get at this.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- Well in orders of president Obama's -- night generally -- moving and I thought eloquent.
Here in Connecticut.
That this is complicated but the fact that it's complicated.
Doesn't mean we can turn away from murder or let it get to.
Stopped and legislative gridlock because.
These tragedies continue to occur.
And really they mean that as a society -- failing to protect ourselves in the new -- case.
Failing to do what you'd think would be the most elemental responsibility of a civilized society which is to protect her.
Children the reason I mentioned and I'm talking about a national commission on.
Mass violence it is I think we we can't I don't want us to leave.
Though heartache in the anger that we feel of what happened in -- here.
I want to engender and I think the president make clear he does Stewart national.
In which we ask ourselves.
How could we as best as possible stopped -- from happening again.
I think it is -- I mean there's a pattern here -- all most of these.
Acts of mass violence are committed by young man who in and -- said everybody says are a lot of people say they were obviously troubled.
Very often they've been involved.
Where the violence in entertainment culture and and they gain access to guns.
And -- kill a lot of people and I think we've got to.
Bring everybody it to the table including the the gun manufacturers in the gun rights groups and entertainment industry and just.
Regular people and talk about this not as us against them but this is our national.
Problem and we've got the ability.
Two to at least make sure that fewer people fewer children.
Hopefully never -- children like this will be killed in one of these events.
And just to put a fine point on this in this difficult here fully respecting your response there.
From the outside looking in people wonder what can be done and what -- -- conversation like that we'll work candidly.
And -- I don't there's a clear answer for that right now.
I mean I thought with the president's unless that is that the fact that it's complicated doesn't mean we can't do anything about it effective we can do something that saves the life.
Of one child in this country.
Then it's worth it but -- heard of this about establishing a commission is to make sure.
Are all the emotions we feel now don't just go -- over a period of weeks or months and we don't do anything until I was that is.
Crisis but but there are things we can do we -- be there are things we can say -- people parents friends.
When you see a child a young man particularly who's showing signs of being troubled.
Look let's figure I had to make sure he gets the best mental health.
Help yes and on the entertainment culture I think they've got to accept some responsibility obviously.
Not every child or young man who plays a violent video game is gonna become a shooter and a killer.
But there are vulnerable.
That people out there who are in my opinion.
Made more violent where these games so what we've got to work together and get some -- -- -- -- -- you off they can know you're gonna kill us thank you sir senator.
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