Nothing to be concerned about though, because it was an accident:

GREENE COUNTY, AR (KAIT) - The accidental shooting death of a three-year-old boy continues to be investigated.

Greene County Sheriff Dan Langston said Logan Carter was shot in the head Saturday just before noon inside a home on County Road 336. He was later pronounced dead at a Paragould hospital.

Langston said Michael Carter, father of Logan, accidentally shot the boy with a .45-caliber semi-automatic handgun purchased online about a month ago.

Prosecutors have not yet determined whether to file charges, because you know—it was an accident. Personally, I think it should always be illegal to shoot a three-year-old in the head, regardless of the circumstances, but then I hate our freedom, or something.

At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I'd just like to point out that this handgun that was purchased online a month ago (a Christmas present perhaps?) did not make this family safer. It just didn't. And I remain convinced that the key to preventing tragedies like this is to change Americans' attitudes toward guns (like we changed our attitudes toward drunk driving, smoking, and seatbelts), so that fewer parents put their children at risk by negligently leaving a gun in the house.

A good start would be to replace the word "accidentally" with "negligently" whenever we talk about tragedies like this. Shooting your three-year-old in the head with a .45 is always negligent, and there should never be a question about whether to prosecute it as such.