LOS ANGELES - It has been two years since the 'One October' Las Vegas mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival where 58 people were killed and nearly 400 injured.
"I was pretty outraged this morning, two years and next to nothing has been done by our leadership in D.C. to change things," says Brian Claypool.
Pasadena attorney Claypool is not only representing 160 of the victims and their families, he was also at the concert celebrating his birthday and witnessed people die.
"I clearly thought I was dead after that first round of shots I was saying my own obituary [and] I was saying to myself how are people going to remember me? How is my daughter going to remember me?" said Claypool.
Claypool says he suffers from PTSD and is pushing lawmakers to tighten gun laws and background checks.