" In 2002, Keene’s son David Michael Keene was driving on the George Washington Memorial Parkway when, in a road-rage incident, he fired a handgun at another motorist. He was sentenced to ten years in prison for “using, brandishing, and discharging a firearm in a crime of violence.” I asked Keene if this private tragedy had left him uncertain about what the N.R.A. had wrought. He said no: “You break the law, you pay the price.”
Too bad there wasn't a good guy with a gun to take out this Bad Guy with a gun. How you like it LaPierre?
Stand your ground? I'm sure some states feel that people like this should not be left Standing on the ground.
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