July 24, 2012
The US government committed the largest mass shootings in national history by opening fire on peaceful families of children, the elderly, women, and men at Wounded Knee, Sand Creek, and Bloody Island. These followed repeated US treaty violations to remove Native Americans by armed military force from their lands.
Each mass shooting killed about 150 innocent people.
But the US government also averages war-murdering 500 human beings every day since 2001.
This is relatively good news because the average since 1945 is 1,000 to 1,500 every day. This totals to 20-30 million since war law made armed attack by military unlawful.
Corporate media is lying in commission and omission when they claim the recent event is the “largest mass shooting in US history.”