Monday was the first anniversary of the deadly shooting at the Azana Salon and Spa in Brookfield.
Some used the occasion to send a message: it’s time for stronger gun control.
Three women were killed in the shooting: Zina Haughton and two of her coworkers. The shooter was Haughton’s estranged husband, who took his own life.
Zina Haughton’s brother, Elvin Daniel, says the deadly incident shows the need for background checks, including for guns sold online and at gun shows.