@ no names"And I can all but guarantee he didn't buy the
gun from a dealer or from a gun show. He obtained it in the same way he would
obtain illegal drugs."I agree...this was probably a gun that
someone once obtained legally, but fell into the wrong hands illegally.The truth is, every gun in America started its life story with a legal
purchase. Yet somehow it went on to be used in a crime.Thus we can
see that there is no way to guarantee that a gun will not be used in a crime, no
matter if it was legally obtained or not. That's why the only solution is a
complete and total eradication of all guns from the country. Thank you for
supporting my viewpoint!
Why was this guy out of jail?Why do prosecutors plea everything? This guy is exactly who should have been doing hard time. We were let down by
Well when we have laws that are not being enforced because everybody cries foul
when a police officer does his job.. and then when a politician
wants a law enforced that politician is branded as a racist and bigot and
hater.. We have all these constitutional experts claiming
criminals rights are being violated and you have to deal
with all political correctness whining ... all in all
. we got what we made
His record of violent behavior is a mile long and yet he still wasn't in
prison. Why do we have to wait until some crazy kills someone before he might
get a longer prison sentence?
He took the life of a young man, close to HS graduation. I hope the killer
spends the next 40-50 in prison.
No Names got it right.We don't need more laws, we need to enforce the
ones we have.If the career criminals were all permanently in prison
instead of merely visiting for a day or two in an endless "catch and
release" cycle society would be a whole lot safer. We probably would need
fewer cops and they could meet new criminals instead of wasting time repeatedly
arresting a handful of perps who commit lots of crimes.
Yet again, we have a prohibited person committing a violent crime with a gun
after violating existing laws banning him from having a gun in the first place.
And I can all but guarantee he didn't buy the gun from a dealer or from a
gun show. He obtained it in the same way he would obtain illegal drugs.We don't have a gun problem or even a gun violence problem in this
nation. We have a violent criminal problem.Even when a person is in
State custody 24/7 for some period of time, the trained experts seem to be
unable to reliably predict who will be violent in the future vs who won't.
Either that, or they are releasing people they know will be violent.Against this backdrop, we have demands for criminal justice "reform"
with shorter sentences. Don't be surprised and don't come looking to
infringe my rights, when the end result of this "reform" turns out to be
increases in violent crimes committed by repeat offenders.