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Discussion in 'Press Talk' started by TheBouncer1111, May 16, 2018.
‘Come and take it’ Graduate posts campus pics with rifle to highlight gun policy
Nice. good looking AR also. She could shoot at my place anytime.
She's received death threats from the viewpoint-intolerant, anti-gun lefty snowflakes ...
Open-Carry Kent State Student Gets Death Threats After Going Viral
[The Oathkeepers organization has offered her a free of charge Personal Security Detail of experienced, retired police officers and/or former Special Forces members for her protection.]
LVR, would be willing to bet that the snowflakes would be very undergunned before quick could get ready. If she shoots just half as good as she looks, I would not want to piss her off. But then again, if you married her, you could take her to the gun show with you. Just wouldn't have to lie about where you been, lol. But you would be leaving with 2 guns instead of 1. Stuff like that don't come cheap. Might be worth it though.
I imagine firearms and Kent State is still a touchy subject for some folks.
Only, if you are old, like some of us are. Most pre-teens through about 30 don't have a damn clue. What about Jackson State?
Jackson State is still a touchy subject, saw the shooting there mentioned today in a news article about releasing the names of LEO involved in shootings.
Bubba, its been a long time, memory a little fuzzy, but wasn't it the National Guard that did most of the shooting? Would they fall under the umbrella of LEO?
Happened in 1970 so 48 years ago. I would hope it wasn't.
Nope, it was the JPD and MHP at Jackson State.
There'll be no shortage of "volunteers" for her security detail, that's for sure!
And I liked her "statement": unlawful for her to campus carry one day; lawful the next (i.e., after graduation).
Bubba, send me a link to Jsu thing. not familiar with it. you have more time to google than I do.
IF, I remember correctly, Loyd Jones, then a MHP officer, was in the middle of it. He went on to become Simpson County sherrif.
Jackson State killings - Wikipedia
Would I be correct in assuming most, maybe all, of the JPD and/or MHP at that time were white?
Most probably were white, the first black JPD officer was Joe Land he joined the JPD in 63 don't think there would have been many by 1970, and first black State troopers (2) weren't hired till 1972