VIDEO: Anti-Gun Group Dupes Moviegoers into Watching Real-Life Murders

In this July 27, 2014 photo, moviegoers walk past film on an old projector on display at the Zefyros vintage-movie cinema in Ano Petralona, near central Athens. Most Greeks watch movies outdoors during the summer, but businesses are under threat from the country's financial crisis and cost of switching to …
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States United To Prevent Gun Violence recently lured unsuspecting movie goers into a theater to see a new action film called “Gun Crazy.”

Yet AdWeek reports the film turned to out be a collection of real crime scene footage instead of Hollywood-directed action.

The goal of showing unarmed people being shot in a city council setting or of a police officer being outnumbered, overpowered, and shot, was to persuade viewers to support more gun control against law-abiding citizens.

**Warning: Contains Graphic Scenes**

On March 17, 2015, Breitbart News reported that this same group set up a fake gun store in New York City to shame first-time gun buyers into foregoing gun purchases. They did this by letting the would-be customers hold guns that had been used in the commission of a crime, then explaining how many people had been shot and wounded or killed with that particular gun.

They called that video, “Guns With History.”

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