The police chief of the American town where a gunman opened fire in a primary school killing 20 children last December has joined the calls for stricter gun controls.
He said that the gunman, who attacked Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, was better armed than the police that were trying to stop him.
"We never like to think we’re going to be outgunned in any situation we’re dealing with."
He also said that criminal background checks on people buying guns needed to be improved.
There were 26 victims in Newtown - as the US tries to get to grips with gun legislation since, 900 Americans died in gun-related violence.
For the first time since the Sandy Hook massacre Ian and Nicole Hockley have spoken of their gorgeous little boy.