To the editor: Anybody who has witnessed or skilled a mass capturing is prone to undergo from post-traumatic stress dysfunction. If these victims wouldn’t have entry to trauma remedy, they’ll undergo a lifetime of concern and disruption that’s unimaginable to individuals who haven’t been victims. (“‘We requested them’: Some Monterey Park capturing survivors really feel overlooked of donations,” Nov. 13)
If society desires to take duty for the hurt finished to the victims of mass shootings, our representatives can do greater than pray and luxury. They will arrange a fund, supported by arms and ammunition producers, to make sure that our neighbors and pals are handled for the horror these weapons have brought on.
We must always levy an extra tax on firearms and ammunition to assist deal with victims, together with individuals who should dwell with the horror of gun violence.
Maybe gun producers and their supporters would then assume twice about advertising their wares to unstable, indignant clients.
Dorothy Goulah, Sherman Oaks
To the editor: For the victims of the Monterey Park mass capturing who weren’t bodily injured, they’ll doubtlessly obtain monetary help and help from the California Sufferer Compensation Board.
It could possibly present assist with issues like lack of revenue, medical and dental care and psychological well being providers.
Sandra Carter, Lengthy Seashore