Tell prosecutors to charge parents who give kids unsupervised access to guns BEFORE they hurt someone!

Target: Prosecutors

James and Jennifer Crumbley have rightly been charged with involuntary manslaughter for enabling and encouraging their 15-year-old son’s violent rage prior to him taking his father’s gun to school and opening fire on classmates, killing at least four. Their recklessness almost certainly contributed to this senseless loss of life, and in America’s twisted gun-celebration culture, we know that their behavior is not an anomaly.

It shouldn’t take another school shooting to understand that parents’ cavalier attitude toward deadly firearms around their children can and does lead to loss of life. This was not the first time parents of troubled kids have given access to firearms, resulting in tragedy — and without real change, it won’t be the last time.

Add your name to call for prosecutors to charge parents with reckless endangerment for allowing kids unsupervised access to guns — BEFORE tragedy strikes!

The day before the shooting, the shooter was caught by a teacher searching for ammunition online. When his mother found out, she texted the boy, “LOL I’m not mad at you. You have to learn not to get caught.” While this might seem extreme to some, it is terrifying commonplace for others, and law enforcement has an obligation to crack down on this recklessness and save lives.

We have a duty not only to protect our children from gun violence, but also to work to prevent it. 

Sign now to tell prosecutors to charge reckless parents before tragedy, not after!