Lennon was murdered by Mark David Chapman on December 8, 1980 outside his NY apartment.
McCartney was, of course, referencing his Beatles bandmate John Lennon, who was murdered by a gunman outside New York City's Dakota Hotel in 1980 (the building is located just a few blocks from where Saturday's rally took place).
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She has remained in police custody since the incident , after receiving 12 charges, including "assault" and 'incitement'. The father also told NPR that the confrontation was in part spurred by Ahed seeing relatives being arrested and killed.
Lennon's wife, Yoko Ono, has not spoken out on the Parkland shooting, but she did post a message of support for "the youth of America" via Instagram on March 7. Unfortunately, many of these people have heartbreaking stories to tell about how loved ones were killed from being shot, and Paul McCartney is among one of those storytellers.
Saturday was a big day in the United States, as hundreds of thousands of people took the streets in support of the March For Our Lives rallies.
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The EU said its ambassador to Russian Federation was recalled "for consultations". They remain in a critical but stable condition after the attack on March 4.
The singer added that he was unsure if gun violence can be ended, adding: 'But this is what we can do, so I'm here to do it'. I don't know. But this is what we can do and so I'm here to do it.
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Before the march, a choir made up of students from various schools in the region performed on stage at Coolidge Park. The president himself was in Florida at Trump International Golf Club, located about 35 miles from Parkland.