“The new head of the [Connecticut] state police, Dora Schriro, says she knows her troopers will live up to their oath to serve and protect,” nbcconnecticut.com reports, without mentioning their oath to the United States Constitution. “She wants to make very clear that the talk of confiscation is nonsense. ‘There’s no plan in place nor has there been any execution of a plan where we would, for example, go door-to-door and be actively involved in the confiscation of weapons,’ says Schriro, who took over as Commissioner of Emergency Services and Public Protection at the end of January.” So . . . what? Meanwhile, CT’s new long gun background check law goes into effect on April Fool’s Day. It could cause a months long delay in private sales. What was that about a right delayed?