The mass shooting at a college campus in Oregon that left eight students and a teacher dead has prompted an international debate about US gun-control laws. But what do people in the rural town of Roseburg think could have prevented the tragedy? The BBC’s Anna Bressanin spoke to friends of the victims and other members of the conservative community where guns have always been a way of life.
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