Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Buckeye Firearms Association looks at ranks against gun owners

Toledo police spokesperson: Defending self during armed robbery "just not worth it"

After four jewelry store holdups in the past month, a Toledo police department spokesperson is reminding citizens that while they have a right to defend themselves, they really shouldn't bother.

"You may just end up in a big gun battle and the store owner may get the suspect they may get the store owner and no telling what bystanders might be involved so its just really not worth it."

CCW laws "completely insane": Canton City Council President rails against Americans upset about cop's behavior on dash cam video

Perhaps now we know why police officer Daniel Harless thought it was acceptable behavior to unleash his violent, profanity-laced tirade on a concealed handgun license-holder in Canton, Ohio, saying "People like you don't deserve to @#$%#$ move throughout public. Period!" before threatening to murder the CHL-holder.

Canton City Council President Allen Schulman has unleashed his own version of that same tirade against law-abiding concealed handgun license-holders.

For further information, visit the Buckeye Firearms Association's web site at news@buckeyefirearms.org.

- Jeffrey L. Frischkorn

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