“‘Once one shooting gets a lot of media attention, it becomes a blueprint that future shooters follow,” Peterson says. “Individuals who are on the edge and looking for answers see themselves in other perpetrators, and they are looking for the same fame and attention.'”
The following article discusses the increase of mass shootings at supermarkets and how securing these stores can be difficult. They utilize interviews and data from Jillian Peterson and The Violence Project to illustrate their argument.
Author: Faith Karimi