Pittsburgh Shooter a Prohibited Person?

Says this article:

Perkovic also said that [Scumbag Killer Who I Won’t Do the Honor of Naming] had received a dishonorable discharge from the Marines and that he has a history of domestic disputes.

If he was dishonorably discharged, it’s not lawful for him to have a gun.

5 Responses to “Pittsburgh Shooter a Prohibited Person?”

  1. R. Franz says:

    If that is true, there is the question of how [unnamed] received those arms. According to the Brady Bunch, Pennsylvania is one of their model states, which closed the so called “Gun Show Loophole” (gag) years ago.

  2. Sebastian says:

    We closed it in the 30s. I’m wondering if it was a less than honorable discharge, but not dishonorable. The friend might not get the difference.

  3. Caleb says:

    Even if (for the moment) he wasn’t given a dishonorable punt, it seems like he’d had a history of domestic violence, which gives good odds that he was a prohibited person anyway.

    So, for funzies assume he was dishonorably discharged, and convicted of domestic abuse – it was DOUBLE ILLEGAL for him to have a gun. Man, it sure is a good thing those laws were in place, or something terrible might have happened.

    I can’t control my snark any longer.

  4. TexasFred says:

    sadly, gun laws only affect the honest, those with a reason to avoid the lawful way, always will… And this clown is a prime example…

  5. Mad Saint Jack says:

    Where in the world is Jeannie Assam?

    She should be held on high as an example for all to see.


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