Ohio. Bill to keep CCW lists closed dies.


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bg
March 8, 2006, 03:56 PM
This has got to be one of the most moronic things to happen.
A bill that would keep others from knowing who has a CCW
dies. Those who opposed it say there is no proof harm comes
from the lists being open for access..Now let's see here.
Someone gets the name of the CCW holder and finds out
where he/she lives, then waits until this person leaves,
THEN breaks into the residence, robbing it. The targeted
home has even more chance of being hit, since there is
a real possibility that firearms might be avail in the home.

What sense does it make having the names of CCW holder
avail for posting ? Seems to me this would increase the
potential for more crime, attacks etc.

http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060308/NEWS01/603080354/1056

Gun advocates say the availability of names presents a safety risk to permit holders, while those who support the media exemption say there is no proof of harm resulting from publishing the names.

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Henry Bowman
March 8, 2006, 04:09 PM
Ohio antis know that blood will eventually run in the streets and they will be vindicated for their predictions of such. It'll happen soon. Any time now. So we better keep those records open, because when the blood does start to run, you'll want to know if a "potential homicidal maniac with a hair trigger looking for a good rode rage opportunity" (aka, gun owner) lives next door to you. Any time now. Just give it time.

Maxwell
March 8, 2006, 04:37 PM
I think they more know that the people whos names appear on a CCW list could be at higher risk for being profiled by cops or ambushed by criminals >_<
Many antis view of guns is that they will bring trouble to your door, and by keeping the list open they can expedite what they see as an enevitable end.

They dont need blood to run in the streets, just for CCW holders to be attacked, arrested, or have their permits otherwise withdrawn.

Standing Wolf
March 8, 2006, 07:47 PM
How about a public list of welfare recipients? How about a public list of people who've received speeding tickets? How about a public list of people who've been expelled from high school? How about a public list of people who've had abortions?

I'm sure the leftist extremists would understand, wouldn't they?

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