Sunday, August 25, 2013

Gun control down under

Even when guns are tightly controlled, criminals have means of acquisition.

Take Sydney, Australia for example:
With 17 shootings in four weeks, four of them fatal, Sydney is experiencing another surge in gun violence.
This is from another Sydney gun story from a few weeks back:
A volatile mix of bikie gangs, drugs, ethnic rivalries and a 265 per cent rise in the number of handgun thefts threatens to turn Sydney into the East LA on the western side of the Pacific.
Gun controllers always promise they can end gun violence. Problem is, those committing the violence don't play by gun control rules.

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