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Recap: Globe coverage of the NRA statement on the Newtown shootings

Jerry L. Enders, from Naples, Florida, aims the Taurus Raging Bee Large Frame Revolver at the 132nd Annual National Rifle Association Meeting in in Orlando, Florida April 27, 2003.

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The National Rifle Association held a news conference Friday responding to the Newtown mass school shooting.

The NRA called for armed police or security guards in every American school. But the powerful organization did not address any measures relating to gun control.

"The only thing that stops a bad gun with a gun is a good guy with a gun," said CEO Wayne LaPierre.

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Two protesters disrupted the news conference, holding up banners linking the NRA with the mass killing.

Follow along below for a recap of The Globe's coverage of the press conference.

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