Wow, in her case, I suppose justice really must have been blind

June 14th, 2012

The person who wrote this used to be a criminal prosecutor:

I am staunchly opposed to concealed carry because,  in my opinion, only overly suspicious or dangerous people feel the need to carry concealed guns in the normal course of daily life.

  1. As a prosecutor, I would think she probably saw plenty of cases where the victim hadn’t been suspicious enough.
  2. As a prosecutor, I would think she had plenty of cases where the criminal had been illegally carrying a weapon. The lack of a concealed carry permit hadn’t dissuaded the “dangerous people” from carrying a gun anyhow.
  3. As a citizen, it scares the hell out of me that a former prosecutor feels her personal opinion trumps my Constitutional and natural right to defend myself from the sort of people she used to spend all day putting in jail.

Entry Filed under: Gun Control

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  • 1. Nick  |  June 14th, 2012 at 1:22 pm

    Now, take into account that almost everyone who is appointed to a Federal Judgeship (and rules on Constitutional issues) is a former prosecutor, turned judge, and not a former defense attorney, and its easy to see how the Constitution gets trampled over time.

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