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Eagles Of Death Metal Frontman Comes Out As Staunchly Pro-Gun A Day Before Returning To Paris

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We're a little shocked by his opinion on the matter.

It's been 94 days since 89 people were shot to death at a concert inside Paris' Bataclan theater, and now one man behind the show is speaking out about his controversial stance on gun control.

Eagles of Death Metal have already talked about their experience with the terrorist attack back in November, but frontman Jesse Hughes' latest solo interview reveals he is actually extremely pro-gun.

Related: Gun-Toting Couple Arrested Inside Disneyland Paris

The band is set to return to Paris to finish their concert series Tuesday night, so Jesse sat down with iTélé to promote the show on Monday where he was especially critical of France's gun control laws, saying:

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Dave Mirra's Wife & Family Release A Statement Following His Tragic Death

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We cannot even begin to imagine what they're going through right now.

As we previously reported, legendary BMX biker Dave Mirra was found dead from an apparent suicide on Thursday, and his family is still reeling from the shock.

While the athlete's friends and competitors have already offered their respects, Dave's wife Lauren Blackwell Mirra has now broken her silence following his untimely death.

Related: Did Dave Suffer The Same Brain-Condition As Junior Seau?

In a statement through Dave's agent Steve Astephen, Lauren and her family honored the father-of-two on Friday while thanking fans for their support, saying:

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New York Knicks Star Cleanthony Early Shot & Robbed In An Uber!

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What truly awful news.

New York Knicks small forward Cleanthony Early is the latest high profile victim of gun violence after he was robbed and shot early Wednesday morning.

Apparently, the NBA player was leaving a strip club in Queens at around 4:15 a.m. when six masked men surrounded his Uber, robbed him and the woman he with, and shot him in the knee.

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Luckily, the woman and driver were not injured and the 24-year-old basketball star is currently recuperating at Elmhurst Hospital, but there's no word yet on if or when he'll be able to play again.

It's also unclear why Cleanthony was targeted, but the attackers managed to steal his jewelry and gold teeth… so his wealth may have had something to do with it.

We're glad no one was killed, but we hope the Police are able to catch these terrible men.

Get well soon, Cleanthony.

[Image via Cleanthony Early/Instagram.]

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Amy Schumer Continues To Speak Out Against Gun Violence Alongside Her Lawmaker Cousin — See Her Social Media Campaign

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Amy's not done fighting.

Amy Schumer is on a mission against gun violence, and she's enlisting the help of her fans and followers.

Once again, the 34-year-old has joined forces with her cousin, Senator Chuck Schumer, to speak out and take a stand against the terrible problem affecting our society.

Related: Amy Talks To Jon Stewart About Trainwreck Shooting

In New York City on Sunday, the twosome stood on the steps of City Hall to hold a press conference — in which they encourage the public and social media users to take part in the conversation — so that they can hopefully force legislators to vote on the matter next year.

The blonde beauty took to Twitter and Instagram to post a picture from the event (above), and captioned the shot:

"Please join me and @SenSchumer in ending gun violence and tweet the hashtag #aimingforchange RT we can do this."

The comedian also used her profiles to share the various steps in the Senator's plan to reduce gun violence. Take a look at his proposal (below):

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11-Year-Old Boy Charged With Murder After Allegedly Shooting An 8-Year-Old Girl Over A Puppy

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This is just unbelievably tragic for everyone involved.

A small community in White Pine, Tennessee was rocked on Saturday when an 11-year-old boy shot and killed his 8-year-old neighbor.

Apparently, Makayla Dyer was playing around with some of the other neighborhood kids over the weekend when an older classmate of hers asked to see one of her puppies.

Related: Oregon Shooting Victim On The Road To Recovery After Playing Dead To Survive

Witnesses say that Makayla playfully told the boy no as he had previously been a bully of hers, but that's when he pulled out his father's 12-gauge shotgun and shot her point blank.

The identity of the shooter has not been revealed, as he is a minor accused of a crime, but we do know that he's currently in custody and is being charged with 1st degree murder in juvenile court.

Our thoughts are with Makayla's family and friends at this devastating time.

[Image via Marc Fillmore/GoFundMe.]

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Jeb Bush Says 'Stuff Happens' After Oregon Shooting — Says Gun Laws Don't Need To Change

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Probably not the best choice of words.

Jeb Bush just pissed a lot of people off.

On Friday, the presidential hopeful was speaking at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. In the wake of Thursday's tragic mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, the conversation was focused on gun control and senseless acts of violence.

Video: President Obama Wants 'Common Sense' Gun Laws After Shooting

At one point, he was asked if prayers would be more effective if they were allowed in school before an attack like this happens instead of after.

That prompted him to say that the government shouldn't spring into action after tragedies like this because "stuff happens." No, you didn't read that wrong.

Take a look at his full response (below):

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President Barack Obama Wants 'Common Sense' Gun Laws After Oregon School Shooting

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We still cannot believe that there's been yet another mass shooting in America.

President Barack Obama addressed the nation Thursday afternoon after a 26-year-old gunman opened fire at Umpqua Community College leaving at least 10 dead.

In his speech, the President questioned firearm enthusiasts' thoughts on gun laws and urged his fellow politicians to do something about America's gun problem.

Unfortunately, he didn't really explain what his "common sense" laws included, but he was visibly shaken by the sad news more than usual.

We're really hoping this is the shooting that finally sparks a change, but we're not sure if Obama has the support in Congress to actually do anything about the 2nd Amendment.

Our thoughts are with the friends and families of everyone involved in the Umpqua school shooting at this time.

Ch-ch-check out President Barack Obama's latest speech (above)!!!

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