He saw about 25 officers in full body armor and Kevlar helmets, carrying M4 assault weapons. SWAT and explosive ordinance disposal teams were on all sides. Streets were barricaded for blocks. The veteran knew how to surrender with the least chance of being hurt. He put his hands over his head and spun around so they could clearly see he was unarmed. â€œI looked down and saw 10 jiggly red dots all over my chest,â€ he said, appearing afraid at the memory. â€œI crumbled.â€
All for the crime of having three pistols in the District of Columbia, an act that in the rest of America, is not remotely a crime, and is supposedly constitutionally protected.
â€œThey immediately zip-tied me tighter than I would have been allowed to zip-tie an Iraqi,â€Â Sgt. CorriganÂ said, pulling up his dress shirt cuff to show his wrist. â€œWe had to check to fit two fingers between the tie and the Iraqiâ€™s wrist so we werenâ€™t cutting off circulation. They tied mine so tight that they hurt.â€
Read the whole sad thing. This is going to be a multi-part series from Emily Miller. Got anyone in the office or a family member who loves themselves some gun control? Show them this article and ask them if this is the America they want, because what happened to Sgt. Corrigan is what gun control is. This is exactly what it boils down to.