How cartoonists around the world have reacted to the Las Vegas massacre

Josh Withey@josh_withey
Friday 06 October 2017 09:30
Picture:(Dave Brown for the Independent )

On Sunday 59 people were brutally killed and over 500 injured in one of the worst mass shootings in modern American History.

Police have since identified the gunman as 64-year-old Stephen Paddock - he died at the scene.

In the days that followed this appalling act of violence, the world's cartoonists have paid their respects to the victims, and made their thoughts well and truly known on the Second Amendment of the Constitution, and America's National Rifle Association.

The Chronicle Herald - Bruce MacKinnon

The Times - Peter Brookes

Joep Bertrams

The Clarion-Ledger - Marshall Ramsey

The Times of London - Morten Morland

Gary Clement

The Boston Globe - Dan Wasserman

Peter Broelman

The Columbus Dispatch - Nate Beeler

SMH - Cathy Wilcox

De Standaard - Lectrr

The Independent - Dave Brown

Paul Zanetti

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