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Now Playing: Australian man accused of threatening his wife with a knife after she went to a fast food restaurant for lunch Now Playing, Australian man sentenced to six months in prison for domestic violence Now Playing; What the FBI thinks of the FBI’s controversial new guidelines for how to fight domestic violenceNow Playing: Woman charged with murdering her boyfriend after he left her at home Now Playing – Australia’s highest court rules against police over controversial police sting Now Playing | Aussie man faces a jail term for allegedly threatening his girlfriend with a ‘knife’ Now Playing New York City man charged with stabbing girlfriend to death with a box cutterNow Playing – US President Donald Trump takes a hard line on the Orlando nightclub massacreNow Playing | Two people are dead and dozens wounded after two shootings in a shopping mall in central LondonNow Playing; Police arrest man in New York for shooting a pregnant woman and her unborn child in a parkNow Playing More than 1,300 people have been killed in the United States by firearms in 2017 alone, according to the latest data from the FBI.

More than 4,400 people have died in gun violence in the U.S. since 2012, according the Bureau of Justice Statistics.

In comparison, the FBI says that in the same period, there were more than 14,000 people killed in car accidents, more than 1 million injuries and more than 30,000 murders in the country.