A gun owning resident in Maryland has shot and wounded two police officers. He was defending his home. No charges will be filed. The police had a warrant, but the wrong address.
Tony Martin, the UK farmer who shot a pair of burglars in 1999, was charged again in 2016, and had all charges dropped. It appears to be harassment.
Is the dismissal of charges against a defiant “gun felon” indicative of leniency that will apply to all of us–or only to those whose cases would subject the prosecutors to unfavorable publicity?
The Salt Lake City police chief admits to doing what anti-gunners accuse open carriers of doing.