An image showing a young woman holding a gun to a baby’s head has circulated for years. Today we take a closer look.
In the photo, a newborn dressed up as the main character Ralphie is seen holding a replica of the BB gun that plays a pivotal role in the holiday film set in a fictional Hoosier town called Hohman.
Christopher Duffy wanted to test the weight of the gun so he placed it on the lap of his 6-month-old daughter. Then he snapped and shared the photo on Facebook.
Claim: A father posted a picture of his baby with a gun on Facebook just before he posted that he needed 911 because she shot herself.
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The photo features a newborn dressed up as «Baby Ralphie» in a pink bunny suit, a pair of black-framed glasses and a replica of a BB gun that plays a major role in the film.
Sep 11, 2013 · A photo of a woman pointing a gun at a child, believed to have originated in Latin America, has gone viral on Facebook. People from around the world are sharing it hoping someone recognizes the woman or child. ‘No …
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A picture of a six-month-old baby girl holding a rifle in a gun shop is causing quite a stir on social media, as you can imagine. The photo was taken by her father at Woodbridge Firearms Trading
“A baby holding a gun is just terribly wrong,” Seymour said. After taking the picture, Duffy uploaded it on his Facebook and later ended up on the Woodbridge Firearms Facebook page. It went viral and a lot of people shared their opinions and anger.
A Connecticut father and a local gun store are standing behind a decision to post a Facebook photo of the man’s 6-month-old daughter with a bolt-action rifle resting across her lap. The picture of the baby has been removed from Facebook after it stirred controversy last week, reports WTNH-TV in New
A Facebook photograph of a baby holding a rifle taken at a Connecticut gun store 20 miles from the scene of the Sandy Hook massacre has sparked outrage.
Mar 02, 2018 · In a Snapchat story that appeared online yesterday, David and Jenelle’s 1-year-old daughter, Ensley, can be seen holding a toy gun. The image was captioned, «Photo shoot with Dad.»
Photos circulating of a woman holding a gun to a child’s head (along with appeals to locate the woman) actually show a fake gun – probably a toy – and the circumstances of the photo are unknown.