Gilroy Garlic Festival

An attorney for five survivors says festival organizers failed to secure the event's perimeters and to protect people from "the foreseeable risks of mass shootings."
Following news that the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooter bought his gun in Nevada, California asked its neighbor state to crack down on firearms.
“This is a moment to reflect ... and to remember the individuals whose lives were cut short," said executive editor Martin Baron.
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The suspected shooter had a "target list" that included religious institutions and political organizations related to both major political parties, officials said.
The nine people killed ranged in age from 22 to 57 years old. One of them was the assailant's younger brother.
Officials believe the gunman, described as "kind of a loner," fired randomly into the crowd at the California food festival.
The California governor demanded that lawmakers act to protect the public in the wake of the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting.
A shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival has left at least three people dead and 15 injured.
Stephen Romero, 6, was described by his grandmother as "playful" and "always kind."
The final day of a food festival was shattered when at least one gunman opened fire on the crowd.
The suspected shooter was fatally shot by law enforcement, authorities said.