There's a story out of Finland today about a 16-year-old kid who stabbed four people at his school. Earlier this year, the dude threatened to "kill the whole school" if he had a gun.
Well, he didn't have a gun, maybe because his country's laws stopped him from getting one.
The four people he stabbed (three students and a janitor) are in the hospital with non-life-threatening wounds.
Finland, it seems, made it a lot tougher for young people to get guns. That happened after two mass killings by young people in 2007 and 2008.
Makes you wonder if the U.S. could avoid some of its horrific mass shootings if we were to (gasp) enact some serious gun control laws.