WARNING - VIDEO COULD BE UPSETTING | PSA released today by anti-gun group connected to Sandy Hook

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A chilling “Back-To-School Essentials,” PSA has been released by an anti-gun violence group, connected to Sandy Hook.

The video was released today, showing how students can fight off active shooters with ordinary items like skateboards, jackets and cell phones.

The Sandy Hook Promise Foundation debuted the shocking, minute-long video.

It was just before Christmas in 2012, a gunman walked into Sandy Hook Elementary School killing 20 innocent students between the ages of 5 and 10, and six adults.