Says the U.S. Secret Service.
Finally, an article not calling for more gun laws.
Look at your friends, neighbors and co-workers mental stability.
We the People...
That is something that is actually useful.
Definition of clip
1: any of various devices that grip, clasp, or hook
2: a device to hold cartridges for charging the magazines of some rifles; also : a magazine from which ammunition is fed into the chamber of a firearm.
Interestingly, if not unsurprisingly, no mention of hanging out on gun branded websites as a precursor to committing mayhem.
"Humans more important than hardware."
A nutcase threatens the president, who is protected by armed guards and layers of security, and said nutcase gets a personal visit from the Secret Service.
A nutcase threatens a school, which might be protected by a wishful 'No Guns' sign, maybe a light fence, and maybe a single LEO, and said nutcase gets a shrug and either a, 'we can't do anything' or a, 'we meant to look into it.'
Most stereotypes come from how you treated the last person who didn't know you.
Yeah, my question is, what do you do about it? All the shooters displayed the signs, but no one takes action until the shooting starts.
"See something, say something" Though I can't stand the saying or the actions of becoming big brother, but in extreme cases, I guess you should.
With that being said, Cruz was reported on since middle school. The schools did nothing, the school board did nothing and finally someone went to the FBI... who promptly did nothing.
We the People...
I find it interesting that the S.S. is studying this data. During the re-shuffle after Department Homeland Security was formed, I had not heard that the S.S. was assigned to any domestic shootings/domestic terrorism stuff. The government never ceases to confuse me.
I agree with the signs of domestic violence and mental health stuff.
My 2 cents.
Most guns out shoot most people.
Taurus PT 92 series.