Better laws to control the access to assault weapons and ammunition, yes. More assistance to those who are suffering from mental illness, yes. But the businesses who are glutting a mourning town with their vehicles and helicopters; who are shoving microphones and cameras in the faces of investigators, and those who grieve seem to be ominously silent about violence in the media. Very little has been said about the easy access to the virtual experience of spraying bullets and flying body parts and blood from the Big Screen in 3-D, through televisions and monitors, all the way to hand held devices. Those who make billions selling this to our children need to be made accountable. We who pay billions for this service need to take responsibility.