Entering a “gun free zone” to stop or intervene during an active crime

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Re: Entering a “gun free zone” to stop or intervene during an active crime

Postby BBYC » Mon Mar 19, 2018 12:36 pm

Richbirdhunter wrote:The Andy Griffith show taught me everything I needed to know about when to disregard the law. If you see a no swimming sign and you see someone drowning do you obey the sign or help the person?

It looks like the drowning person should have obeyed the sign.
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Re: Entering a “gun free zone” to stop or intervene during an active crime

Postby Grundy1133 » Mon Mar 19, 2018 12:37 pm

BBYC wrote:
Richbirdhunter wrote:The Andy Griffith show taught me everything I needed to know about when to disregard the law. If you see a no swimming sign and you see someone drowning do you obey the sign or help the person?

It looks like the drowning person should have obeyed the sign.

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Re: Entering a “gun free zone” to stop or intervene during an active crime

Postby Venus Pax » Tue Apr 03, 2018 9:31 pm

Something to consider-
I know it has been brought up already, but you would likely be assumed to be the shooter if you were in the school with a gun drawn unless you were dressed like an undercover.
Personally, I would appreciate anyone who neutralized a person targeting my students, my personal children, and/or my colleagues and me; however, I can also see where this could end badly for the good Samaritan.
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