Relatives of wounded angry about return of Plymouth gunman’s licence

Jake Davison shot dead five people and also wounded a 55-year-old woman and her son after police reinstated his gun licence

Family of a mother and son who were shot through their front door by the Plymouth attacker have voiced anger at police for reinstating his gun licence weeks before the mass shooting.

Jake Davison, 22, shot dead five people including his mother on Thursday before turning the gun on himself. He also shot and wounded a 55-year-old woman and her son, 33, who lived near the house Davison shared with his mother in the suburb of Keyham.

Continue reading…

Next Post

‘There are no women in the streets’ – the day life changed in Kabul

Tue Aug 17 , 2021
In the Afghan capital women stayed home in fear of being beaten by the Taliban for not covering themselves Afghanistan live news: troops work to restart Kabul flights The streets of Kabul were emptied of women on Monday, the first full day of Taliban rule across Afghanistan, as Taliban gunmen […]

You May Like