I wrote here about a proposed bill to allow prosecutors to carry guns to court. Well, it passed. Effective June 15, 2007, prosecutors with concealed handgun licenses can take their guns to court. (Text of the bill.) I’m sure some RTKBA advocates are cheering this move, but having the government’s flunkies better-armed than the people is the evil the Second Amendment was intended to ameliorate.
Anyway, now said flunkies, with -zero- training in retaining their handguns, can go to court armed. Do you feel safer? I know I do.
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