Home Law and Order Question of the Day: If Guns Kill People, Why Aren’t Prisons Filled... Law and Order Question of the Day: If Guns Kill People, Why Aren’t Prisons Filled With Guns? By - January 24, 2011 14 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ I mean…wouldn’t that solve the problem? ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR NYPD’s Overtime Budget Crisis Would Be Eased If New Yorkers Could Exercise Their Second Amendment Rights Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert Dazzles at an Illinois Gun Rights Rally Life in Chicago: Theatre Cancels Sunday Evening Show Due To Double Shooting Outside 14 COMMENTS Please. Don’t give them any ideas. I can hear it now. “Let’s let all the innocents out of prison and use them as repositories for all the guns we’ll confiscate to make this a safer country.” Sheesh. Reply Irony, 2yellowdogs. Irony. It’s like “goldy” or “bronzy” but more prone to rust. Reply Thanks, yes, I got the irony. Though I prefer silvery. Anyway, while your irony wasn’t lost on me, it likely will be lost on the proggy anti crowd. They’re just the kind of literalists that will fall in love with the idea. Reply Oh, and bonus points to the TTAGer who can ID the source of the booking slate in my little Photoshop mashup. Reply Was trying to figger that out, but can’t think of a famous New Mexican felon from back in ’77. A youthful indiscretion by Bill Richardson, perhaps? Reply Bill Gates’ mugshot. Reply What do I win? Reply My undying respect and admiration. There now. Aren’t you happy? Reply Excellent. Reply Prisons aren’t filled with guns because 9 out of 10 prisoners prefer shanks. Shanks are quiet, can be made from an old toothbrush, do not require expensive ammuniton and never misfire. Reply OK. The suspense is killing me. And the answer is…. Reply The arrest slate was that of young William Gates, of Microsoft fame, from his arrest in Arizona. Reply Heh. I wasn’t aware he’d been arrested. An even bigger surprise is that they put Albuquerque N Mex on the slate when he was arrested in AZ. Reply Here’s an interesting side note: in the 1990’s, when South Carolina closed its oldest prison, CCI, a significant amount of pistol ammunition was found in common inmate areas. No handguns were recovered during searches! Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.