WION Web TeamNew Delhi, Delhi, IndiaMar 03, 2018, 01.58 AM
In yet another demand for the gun reforms on Friday, as an aftermath to Florida High school shooting, a billboard at Las Vegas was vandalised to read, "Shoot a school kid only $29,".
The billboard originally read, "Shoot a .50 caliber only $29." It was an advertisement for a local firing range called Battlefield Vegas, which, according to its website, is a business owned and operated by veterans that features a "military-style complex" a block from the Las Vegas Strip, as well as additional "outdoor training areas."
INDECLINE, an organization that describes itself as an American activist collective, took responsibility for the billboard alterations. Its spokesperson said, "It was time for us to address gun reform and to do something louder than an AR-15."