(Graphic swiped from the Pants-Free Gun Blogger)
This is absolutely unsupportable. In England, where possession of so much as a pistol is a crime, the prosecution (Queen’s Counsel, in Sarah Brady Paradise speak) is trying to convince the jury that the suspects murdered the victim with a submachine gun.
Shopworker Junaid Khan, 21, was gunned down in the car park of a doctor’s surgery in Chadderton two years ago, shortly after meeting with his girlfriend nearby.
The court was told that days before a gunman fired 17 bullets from a sub-machine gun at him, the victim told friends: “I’m not going to be around long – I can feel I’m going to get shot”.
How can that possibly be? The UK has very strict gun controls, to the point that the British Olympic Shooting team has to practice out of the country because their pistols are illegal in the UK. So why, after all that gun control were a bunch of young thugs able to get a submachine gun? I live in the land of the free and I can’t have a submachine gun, how did they get one?
It’s almost like criminals just don’t follow the law.
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