What Rebecca Schaeffer's father and co-star want you to know 30 years after her death

Rebecca Schaeffer's father Benson Schaeffer and former "My Sister Sam" co-star Pam Dawber say access to guns in the U.S. is a "public health hazard." Schaeffer was shot to death by a stalker in 1989.
2:30 | 04/13/19

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Transcript for What Rebecca Schaeffer's father and co-star want you to know 30 years after her death
In thirty years since she first what those around her do you care and what they've been fighting for since her death. He's stronger and more effective gun control us. Veco was shot with today. Powerful. Pistol. Revolvers. Two easily available in the United States. We are all underground mines with grief. We think this is so horrible. We had a more. Aerial for Rebecca the studio where we all came together and we are trying to get we've got to. Two of something that makes sense. To make this make it so this cannot easily this can't happen again we decided we wanted to make the PSA. Four state. Background checks. As a tribute to Rebecca Pam daughter gathered together the cast of my sister Sam for public service announcement with a cast from my sister says. One of the stone forever. Rebecca Schaeffer was only 21 years old when life was taken by a single shot from a handgun. How did that lunatic get a gun. A lot of the poll show that most people are concerned like yourself and yet this is of course a very emotional. Issue a very controversial issue any fears on your part of getting involved in speaking out. Yes you do you taken a chance but you know I couldn't live with myself and say she was a wonderful girl only loved her and and we miss her. And not try to affected us and give a shouldn't have guns but people have got to be screen. It was a very political. Stance. I testified in front of congress. In behalf of singer now months. The availability. Of weapons in the United States. Is a public health hazard. We shouldn't have to kind of bring him to war machines aren't quite a hundred times worse than they were in 1989. We needed a gigantic. Both through re education. We do not need to be instances. Gun issue is an ongoing. In news. Are were to have to live in this society with the possibility. And then to act bio weapon. For anyway. Has it happens women greatly victimize. It is more so than men.

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