Lunchtime news item, and film, about a nine year old girl firing a "high powered" automatic weapon under instruction on a public range in Arizona. She ended up shooting the instructor fatally in the head, although this bit wasn't actually shown on the item I watched.. Very sad, but interesting that the BBC select this as a major world issue. I often get the feeling that they prioritise US shootings with an uncomfortable subtext that American gun control should be debated in Parliament. Or am I being a touch paranoid?