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Re: “Provenance of Craig Hicks' guns a mystery

Not only was the Durham County HANDGUN registry largely ignored, it was selectively enforced. Several officers in Durham didn't even know it existed, much less how they would look something up in the registry. If the author thinks that guns should be registered and available as part of the public record, we should also be able to see the contents of his phone and computer since he enjoys his first amendment rights so much. Registry laws do nothing to prevent crime. They only serve to add charges on after the fact in order to falsely justify their existence.

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Posted by Chris Ellis on 03/12/2015 at 11:02 PM

Re: “After teen's death in Raleigh, gun control advocates renew calls for reform

Another new law would not have prevented this from happening. The problem here is that Moms Demand Illegal Mayors for Everytown, a wholly owned subsidiary of Michael Bloomberg, Inc. assumes that this piece of human filth purchased the weapon through legal channels. It's a terrible thing that a family lost a child, but that's no reason to launch another attempt at stripping law abiding citizens of their natural and constitutionally protected rights. Instead of that, a better use of all that money and energy would be to put it towards keeping criminals in jail where they belong.

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Posted by Chris Ellis on 11/18/2014 at 10:02 PM

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