NRA chief: Violent video games seen as 'entertainment'

NRA Executive Vice President Wayne Lapierre told a news conference that "violent" video games was one of the reasons behind acts of violence and that a child growing up in the US witnesses "16,000 murders" by the time they reach 18-years-old.


NRA armed police schools call

The CEO of US gun lobby the NRA has defended his comments after the Sandy Hook shootings. In his first TV interview since the tragedy, Wayne LaPierre repeated: "The only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun".