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Old 02-12-2012, 01:52 AM   #1
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The first shooting of a criminal by a CCW permit holder apparently happened at a Aldi's grocery store in Milwaukee last week. The CCW holder was not charged with any crimes for shooting the robber who was armed with a shotgun. The DA actually praised the citizen for his actions. Funny thing is the article states the armed citizen didn't see the NO WEAPONS sign on the door, lol. I wonder if that store will now change its policy regarding weapons. Here's the link.

http://www.wisn.com/news/30374159/detail.html


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I don't understand why places of business wouldn't want law abiding citizens to legally carry when any bg can go anywhere they want carrying illegally


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I don't understand why places of business wouldn't want law abiding citizens to legally carry when any bg can go anywhere they want carrying illegally
Rampant ignorance and liberalism, which are actually 2 different words for the same condition. Some businesses around here started taking down the signs when they found out they were opening themselves up to lawsuits
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