Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Gun Law - California

Apparently it's SOP there to shoot first and ask questions later.

1 comment:

Brad K. said...

When we make the world safe for Police -- how long until a citizen intervening in a criminal assault/ shooting is shot by police because they have a weapon displayed?

Police need to be aware that the facts of who is in danger is more important than whether a social trigger (race, gender, gun showing, gang colors, etc.) profiles a fatal response.

And, anyone brandishing a weapon, BB gun or otherwise, at police or anyone else, has earned whatever response they draw. Anyone, citizen or official, needs to be free to respond to dangerous situations -- and also to accept the consequences of their actions.