As we’ve reported before, our friends in the Civilian Disarmament Industrial Complex — the CSGV in particular — love to advocate calling 911 on anyone spotted carrying a gun. But now a ruling in the case of the shooting of John Crawford III in an Ohio Walmart may make that strategy problematic. A judge has found probable cause to prosecute Ronald Ritchie (above) on charges of making false alarms for placing the 911 call that brought police to the store. The lesson: never take advice from the CSGV. In other news of the obvious . . .
Aurora victim’s stepfather blasts Sanders over gun views – Hillary’s supporters start to feel the Bern…and the long knives come out.
Minnesota considers ban on phone cases that look like guns – Next on the hit list…guns that look like phone cases.
‘Put the Guns Down’: Woman Shot Four Times in Horrifying Road Rage Episode – “Police said the victim, a 39-year-old woman, had honked at a Jeep when it cut in front of her at about 5 p.m. Tuesday, at the height of the evening rush hour. The passenger in the Jeep pulled out a black handgun and fired four rounds into the woman’s car.” Be careful out there.
Illinois bill would revoke guns from people deemed a danger – The gun violence restraining order cancer spreads.
Gov. Cuomo blasts Bernie Sanders’ gun stance, says it makes him no different from other politicians – A politician blasts a politician for being a politician. How . . . political.