Disabled people more likely to be victims of crime

Disabled people more likely to be victims of crime

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    Disabled people more likely to be victims of crime

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    I have helped several physically challenged (I hope I'm not offending anyone, so I'm using liberalspeak) students qualify for permits to carry. Each has had to find innovative solutions for concealed, accessible carry and use. Could you give us some of your considered opinions on this subject?
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    Jeff I think this is already running here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by varob View Post
    Jeff I think this is already running here.

    So it was I must be getting slow

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