The executive Vice President for US gun lobby the NRA has spoken on American television, repeating the NRA's belief that armed police should be posted in US schools following the Sandy Hook school shootings.
Speaking on NBC's Meet the Press, Wayne LaPierre said parents across America would feel better if armed police were stationed at their children's schools.
On Friday protesters interrupted the NRA's news conference, where the gun lobby outlined its plans to combat gun attacks in schools.
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