I see this is an anti-gun media outlet. You should be ashamed of yourselves for trying to degrade law-abiding citizens who own guns (high capacity clips or "scary looking weapons.") It is my right as a CITIZEN of this United States of America, guaranteed by the CONSTITUTION, to own firearms. You people keep jumping past the actual problems (mental health, gun trafficing *including our own government*, education on moral and ethical matters, restrictions on parenting via our government, social and economical decay, lowered educational standards via our government, drug cartels access to the USA, the list goes on....) instead of addressing them. You are more focused on AR-15's than the actual guns most commonly used in crime anyway (handguns), which are used far more often than AR-15's that media outlets like this one dont accurately report.
I am sorry for the loss of the officer stated above, it is a true tragedy. Dont use the lost lives of respectable American citizens, as a proponent for you anti-gun agendas and hate stories. You only lessen your reputation on such matters when you do. It is also obvious that the Connecticut shooting had nothing to do with this one, so why even try to tie the two together? If anything, you have only shown that bans dont work, as marijuana has been illegal for some many years now. Apparently this crime was related directly to drugs, not gun control. The shooter, (apparently a criminal if he/she had a warrant out for arrest) most likely was in illegal possession of that firearm along with the drugs. Again, not a "law-abiding" citizen.
Maybe next time you can try some actual story reporting, with less anti-gun banter and more facts relative to the matter.
By Hannah Sayle, Chris Herrington, Chris Shaw, Louis Goggans, Greg Akers, Bruce VanWyngarden, Jackson Baker and John Branston
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