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Washington State: "Clark Co. Sheriffs' change gun policy in light of tragedy"

Discussion in 'Legal' started by cuchulainn, Mar 12, 2003.

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  1. cuchulainn

    cuchulainn Member

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  2. dinosaur

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    If you read the whole article, they spent a lot of time, probably some taxpayer money too, to figure out that common sense was lacking. The Sheriff could have gone on Dr. Phil and gotten the same advice for nothing. :rolleyes:

    AFA no disciplinary action against the Sgt, how about his walking papers? He seemed to have a very cavalier attitude about his weapon and his children considering his son was an ongoing problem.
     
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    That should make Sarah Brady & other criminals happy...:scrutiny:
     
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    Guys, it's not quite as simple as it looks. That deputy's kids had been in trouble with the law on three previous occasions, and his son was under court order not to possess or use a firearm. Another article on the same subject, via the API List (sorry, no URL given):

     
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    Thanks for the expansion on the story, Preacherman.
     
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