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Monday, May 14, 2012

Tucson shooting survivor plays political games with 'Project Gunwalker'

In wrestling away Loughner's spare magazine, thus preventing him from reloading, Maisch's courage and quick action almost certainly saved lives, perhaps a great many of them. For that, Maisch deserves every word of praise she has gotten. Even such heroism, though, does not excuse her efforts to assist in the administration's bid to escape accountability for the evil of "Project Gunwalker," especially when her motivation, like the administration's, is more draconian "gun control." [More]

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John Hardin said...

...wrestling away Loughner's spare magazine, thus preventing him from reloading...

Wait a minute. Didn't Loughner successfully reload? The way I understand it, he did reload and was only stopped when his gun jammed.

Is there an accurate timeline of the events somewhere?

Kurt '45superman' Hofmann said...

Hmm--that wasn't my understanding, but maybe I have it wrong (wouldn't be the first time). I'll have to look around for an authoritative account.