SC Councilman Wants Sheriff to Stop Saying “Get a Concealed Carry Permit”

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Cam Edwards talks to Sheriff Chuck Wright of Spartanburg County, South Carolina on calls for him to stop telling folks to get a Concealed Carry License Permit.

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James A. Farmer

This ignorant councilman had better get educated fast about the myths, fallacies, and failures of 911 and police protection. The courts have ruled for decades the police and law enforcement have no legal duty to protect individuals, only the public at large. Too, in many regions across the nation (Southern Oregon and Northern California for example) fiscal cut backs, budget restraints, layoffs, etc. have hampered and limited sheriff's and even police departments. I suggest this councilman and everyone else read "Dial 911 and Die!" at This special report was released 20 years ago in 1992. Enter "Dial 911 and… Read more »