Arkansas School Shooter Denied Concealed Weapon Permit After Applying Under Alias

Arkansas School Shooter Denied Concealed Weapon Permit After Applying Under Alias

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    Arkansas School Shooter Denied Concealed Weapon Permit After Applying Under Alias

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,465504,00.html

    What a moron!

    A man who as a child joined a classmate in gunning down four students and a teacher in a 1998 Jonesboro middle school shooting applied for a concealed-carry permit under another name
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    Wow, that is just about as over the top as I can imagine.

    I guess the juvie convictions don't keep him from owning or possesing a firearm? If they did, wouldn't he have admitted to breaking that law by attending firearm classes.
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    They should charge him with providing false information on a governmental application.

    And why is he out of jail anyway!

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    If legal to do so and he broke any laws, I would hope the prosecutor goes after him.
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    Everyone who is safe enough to be on the street should be able to carry.

    No WAY this guy should be on the street. He should have been tried as an adult.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tns0038 View Post
    They should charge him with providing false information on a governmental application.

    And why is he out of jail anyway!
    I agree.
    Last I heard that was a felony.

    I agree again.
    However, I would think that in this case it is because he was probably tried as a juvenile and when he turned 18 was out of the juvi system and into prison until 21 when he was set free. It doesn't say if it was a parole or a if his sentence ran out. But again, I agree.
    He killed 5 people and wounded 10!!! and not only is he free, but as a convicted felon, what is he doing with a firearm in the first place let alone petitioning to carry it?!!!
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    So this is why we at Pistolcraft require a permit to purchase or carry permit of our potential students to show a background check has been performed on them.
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    I remember when that school shooting happened.

    I'm glad this didn't "fall through the cracks" and that someone caught it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GWRedDragon View Post
    Everyone who is safe enough to be on the street should be able to carry.
    Define "safe"...what is to say someone else's safe is more or less than your definition of "safe".

    Taken further...I do wonder and although this is an extreme case...there are a number here that advocate restoration of rights after serving one's sentence/time.

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    Well, in this case, I'm glad that the system worked, and they denied him a permit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tns0038 View Post
    They should charge him with providing false information on a governmental application.

    And why is he out of jail anyway!
    He's out of jail??? Unbelievable!
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    He's out of jail because he committed his crime as a juvenile, and was so charged. It's normal for our justice system to let juvenile offenders out when they become adult. I'm not saying I agree with it.

    He probably doesn't own any firearms. The article only says that he took firearms classes, where he probably rented guns at the range.

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    +1 for the system working. Tell that to the Brady Campaign.

    Can a minor be convicted of a felony? I would think so.

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    IIRC the law is for convicted felon,I would assume that to mean convicted juvenile felon too,Also if he didn't think he was doing anything wrong why didn't he use his real name
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    This dirtbag hasn't' learned much about respect and honesty.

    His real rewards are still spinning around in the Cosmos...just like O.J.'s...this experienced killer will get his destiny fulfilled...eventually.
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