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Two adults have been identified and charged in the shooting incident during the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade.

Lyndell Mays and Dominic Miller face second-degree murder charges after a verbal altercation led to 23 people being shot, one fatally.

Mays and Miller have been charged with murder. Their names were not immediately released by authorities.

“On Thursday, Kansas City Police had reported 13 homicides so far in 2024, including Lopez-Galvan. But by Friday morning, that number was already outdated: Two more people had died from guns,” KCUR-FM reported. “But city officials have their hands tied by the state of Missouri when it comes to passing meaningful gun safety laws. Local lawmakers can’t do much, if anything at all, to regulate firearms in Kansas City.”

Surveillance footage and witness accounts detail the events leading to the shooting.

The delay in revealing their names sparked comparisons to the Kyle Rittenhouse case, where the gunman’s identity was quickly made public.

“I am trying to comprehend why the government was quick to reveal my name after I defended myself, but they still haven’t released the names of the Kansas City shooters,” Kyle Rittenhouse wrote online.

The media’s narrative surrounding gun control and mass shootings has been heavily criticized, emphasizing the importance of focusing on facts rather than pushing a predetermined narrative.

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