are three main strands, two of which get tied-up at the end.
Two 'We've got K-Mart ammo still in us'
victims of the Columbine shooting, petition K Mart's head office.
K Mart eventually agree to stop selling ammo and handguns in 90
Charlton Heston, as president of the NRA, is criticised for speaking
at a public engagement shortly after the Columbine shootings. Moore
tricks his way in to see Heston saying he is a member of the NRA.
Heston is then trapped with awkward questions until he eventually
Dick Clark is criticised for running a food chain and allegedly
not paying his staff enough. We are told a tragic tale: A boy finds
a gun at his Uncle's, he takes the gun to school and shoots dead
a 6 year old girl in class. (The reason the boy was with his Uncle
was that he and his mother had to move from their own home as she
allegedly didn't earn enough at Clark's job to pay the rent.) The
mother had gone to work before the boy got up and didn't see him
taking the gun...