Interview Los Angeles County Sheriff WILL ISSUE to victim

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    Interview Los Angeles County Sheriff WILL ISSUE to victim

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    This video is a series of interview clips discussing CCW. The LA County sheriff is opposed and said he would only issue to victims of violent crime and retired LE. He reckons they have issued about 500. He didn't give the mix but I bet most are LE. They show a candidate for LA County Sheriff and two of the sheriff's subordinates who are pro CCW and said the citizens could have helped during the LA riots.
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    Great. So if I'm already a victim of a crime, or a retired LEO, the carry gods will smile upon me?

    This guy needs to be tarred & feathered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rolyat63 View Post
    Full Disclosure Video

    This video is a series of interview clips discussing CCW. The LA County sheriff is opposed and said he would only issue to victims of violent crime and retired LE. He reckons they have issued about 500. He didn't give the mix but I bet most are LE. They show a candidate for LA County Sheriff and two of the sheriff's subordinates or are pro CCW and said the citizens could have helped during the LA riots.
    This is my home state. What the law enforcement departments neglect to mention when it comes to CCWs is that they have no duty to protect individuals and the courts say it's so. They can't be sued if they don't show up to a life threatening call. There's something wrong with this picture.

    Oh, by the way, those 500 CCWs are celebrities like Sly and the ones who have big bones. Former peace officers qualify under LEOSA HR218. They have to issued a permit if they quaify. See the BS?
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    What goes around, comes around...

    Remember the Sheriff in a So. FL county? Hated CCW'ers? Fate caught up with him, too...now he can't carry...so sad!

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    he would only issue to victims of violent crime
    Of course. You don't need to carry to avoid being raped in the first place, you carry to avoid being raped the second time around. Makes perfect sense.

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    Will any CCW permits be issued to victims posthumously?

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    This is the type of thing that made me move to Utah 14 years ago from Kaili.
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    Gosh guys, its not like LA has a crime problem or anything.
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    Shall-issue to certain victims (by whim), and only (by definition) after it's too late. Sounds like a criminal-empowerment plan at the expense of citizens.

    What the [anti-CCW] law enforcement departments neglect to mention when it comes to CCWs is that they have no duty to protect individuals and the courts say it's so. They can't be sued if they don't show up to a life threatening call. There's something wrong with this picture.
    Criminal-empowerment communities are what they are. I can't understand how people don't see the promoters for what they are.

    Can't protect, actively work to eliminate the ability of the people to protect themselves, and legally string up folks who attempt to defend themselves. An Orwellian rabbit hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    Gosh guys, its not like LA has a crime problem or anything.
    All this government control is clearly providing safety and security. What a bunch of ...

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    Kern County borders LA county and issues more CCWs than the rest of California combined. It is only a short commute to LA and the Kern County Sheriff would allow the CCW due to the dangers of your commute alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Napolean View Post
    It is only a short commute to LA ...
    71mi from Lebec; 112mi from Bakersfield. A bit longer of a commute than I'd be interested in, but it's nice to know Kern's so open.

    Lived in Humboldt County for years, myself. Carried for a good part of that. CHL's are issued as a matter of course, there, unless you show you haven't a clue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geronimo45 View Post
    Of course. You don't need to carry to avoid being raped in the first place, you carry to avoid being raped the second time around. Makes perfect sense.

    Or maybe it is so they can then hunt down their assailant in vigilante fashion saving the PD the expense and trouble of an investigation?

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    I feel for my gunnie friends living in Kalifornia..... Don't know how you can take it.....

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    I Dont't know about ather states but when my brother retiers in (5)yrs HE gets to keep his glock 21& certification can go any state. LEO no BOUNDRIES

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