History of the “Cop Killer” Bullet Issue

Dave Hardy finds that the issue went all the way back to the 1930s, with J. Edgar Hoover. Hoover, in my opinion, was one of the greatest stains on American freedom to ever plague the American political scene. This is just more evidence.

2 Responses to “History of the “Cop Killer” Bullet Issue”

  1. Alpheus says:

    I’m not aware enough with J. Edgar Hoover’s antics to comment on how he stained American freedom–over the years, I’ve discovered enough things that I now know I can’t take for granted what I currently know. At this point, knowing he was the head of the FBI is almost enough for me to know he was a stain on freedom!

    But I would say this about J. Edgar Hoover: He was the only person in FDR’s administration who opposed the Internment Camps. A clean splot in the stain on freedom, perhaps?

  2. Jacob says:

    It didn’t start becoming a hot political issue until the 80s with KTW ammo, Mario Biagi and the jerk from WNBC television.