Competing Gun Rallies Downtown

Members of the Women's Voices group are vocal during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Anti-gun rally held in St. Louis
Members of the Women's Voices group are vocal during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Members of the Women's Voices group are vocal during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Proponents for gun rights hold signs next to those who oppose during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Anti-gun rally held in St. Louis Proponents for gun rights hold signs next to those who oppose during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Proponents for gun rights hold signs near a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Anti-gun rally held in St. Louis Proponents for gun rights hold signs near a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
A woman holds a sign during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Anti-gun rally held in St. Louis A woman holds a sign during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Proponents for gun rights hold signs next to those who oppose during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Anti-gun rally held in St. Louis Proponents for gun rights hold signs next to those who oppose during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Damion Morris (22) sits in his wheelchair as his father Pastor James Morris, talks about how his son is now paralayzed after being shot for no reason last year, during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Anti-gun rally held in St. Louis Damion Morris (22) sits in his wheelchair as his father Pastor James Morris, talks about how his son is now paralayzed after being shot for no reason last year, during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay greets 22 year old Damion Morris before a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Morris was shot for no reason by a gunman in 2012 and is now paralayzed. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Anti-gun rally held in St. Louis St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay greets 22 year old Damion Morris before a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Morris was shot for no reason by a gunman in 2012 and is now paralayzed. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
With law enforcement standing near, St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay speaks during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Anti-gun rally held in St. Louis
With law enforcement standing near, St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay speaks during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
With law enforcement standing near, St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay speaks during a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Damion Morris (22) who is paralyzed after being shot during a drive by last year, leaves a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Anti-gun rally held in St. Louis Damion Morris (22) who is paralyzed after being shot during a drive by last year, leaves a anti gun rally in downtown St. Louis on March 30, 2013. Political and religious leaders plus emergency room doctors spoke about the advantages of backround checks and outlawing large capacity ammunication clips. The rally was organized after a four-year old girl was shot in the shoulder as she stood on her porch in front of her St. Louis home. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
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