Sarkes Corner – Toddler Shoots, Kills Mother

Executive Summary:

– A Florida Toddler shoots his Mother

– The Mother was on a Zoom Call

Due to the frequency and severity of Mass Shootings in America, Sarkes had stopped reporting on Mass Shootings, it was like a broken record.  The Perps are almost always White, 2nd Amendment Zealot, Heat Packing Americans, using Semi-automatic weapons with high capacity magazines.  

But Sarkes will continue to report on another tragic by-product of our 2nd Amendment; Toddlers shooting their Parents, Toddlers shooting their Siblings, Toddlers shooting Strangers, and Toddlers shooting Themselves.   

In 2020, there were 369 unintentional shootings by children resulting 142 deaths.  The relatively low death rate of 39%, when a Toddler shoots their guns, can be attributed to the Toddlers lack of experience Packing Heat.

Toddlers Packing Heat kill 39% of their victims in unintentional shootings

In the latest tragic shooting, a toddler in Altamonte Springs, FL, fatally shot his mother, who was on a Zoom Call, after finding an unsecured handgun.  Someone on the work-related Zoom Conference called 911 and reported that they had seen the Toddler and heard a noise before the woman, Shamaya Lynn, fell backward. 

Shamaya Lynn was the victim of Toddler Gun Crime

A confused and frightened co-worker on the Zoom Call called 911 not knowing where Lynn lived.

“I don’t know where to begin,” the woman told 911. “We’re on a live Zoom Call. One of the girls passed out she was bleeding. She has the camera on. Her baby is crying in the back.  We heard a loud kabloom and then she leaned back and we just saw blood from her face.  She’s not answering or anything. We’re calling her name and she’s not talking or responding.”

Lynn’s toddler could be heard crying in the background, her co-worker said, but they could not see Lynn and she wasn’t responding to them.  The co-worker explained that her manager, who also was on the call, was trying to find Lynn’s address.

Investigators are working with the Seminole-Brevard State Attorney’s Office to determine possible charges against Lynn’s boyfriend, who is the toddler’s father and owner of the Gun.  Investigators determined that the injury was caused by a toddler who found a loaded handgun, which was left unsecured by an adult in the apartment. Police said Lynn was shot in the head.

In a statement released by the NRA, Wayne LaPierre said:  “The NRA is deeply saddened by this accidental shooting, but strongly support the Rights of all Americans to Keep and Bear Arms, even Toddlers.”

Wayne LaPierre and the NRA will not allow guns to be taken from American Toddlers