The national rifle Association of America has approved the initiative for the introduction of a three-day delay before the sale of weapons to persons who are suspected of having links with terrorism. According to the head of the NRA Wayne Lapierre, this measure will help law enforcement agencies conduct their own investigations.
Earlier this proposal was introduced by the Senator from Texas, John Cronyn, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Recall June 12 in Orlando, the us state of Florida 29-year-old American of Afghan origin Omar Matin opened fire in a gay disco club Pulse, killing with automatic rifles and gun 49. 53 visitors of the club were injured. The assailant was liquidated by the police during the assault. Their weapons Matin, who worked in a private security company, bought legally.