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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Armed robbery and government mandated defenselessness in St. Louis

The mail carrier may be considered "lucky," because this predator "only" wanted his possessions (including his dignity), rather than his life. That, unfortunately, is not something one can count on when preyed upon by a thug.

Robberies, of course, are commonplace, and aside from the fact that this one was local, my particular interest in it may seem peculiar. The reason I bring it up was brought to my attention by National Gun Rights Examiner David Codrea, who tells us of a court finding that a total ban of firearms, in post office parking lots, is not an infringement. Here's the "reasoning": [More]
Today's St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner. Please give it a look.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hold it, hold it.
Does this work with only the back-lot employee's parking lot?
Or does this ruling also work for the open-public parking lot? Because I haven't seen a whole lot of police guards around either of these "sensitive places."
And I think I'll STILL break that ruling or law whenever I go to the Post Office.

45superman said...

Anon, that's a good question, and I'm afraid I don't have the answer. My assumption was that it's forbidden in the public lots, as well, but now that you've brought it up, I'm not sure.