International online book seller Amazon has snubbed a French law banning it from offering free deliveries in France by charging customers a paltry one euro cent for books dispatched to their homes.
When the San Antonio Police Department's Tactical Response Unit busted through his front door, 52-year-old Adrian Perryman says he opened fire because he believed a home invasion was underway. He wounded a police officer, but claims he tossed his firearm once he saw they were cops and not criminals. read more
"...volatile SWAT tactics were once used only in limited situations where someone was in the process of or about to commit a violent crime -- where the police were using violence only to defuse an already violent situation -- SWAT teams today are overwhelmingly used to investigate people who are still only suspected of committing nonviolent consensual crimes. And because these raids often involve forced entry into homes, often at night, they're actually creating violence and confrontation where there was none before."
Good for them!
Nearly every mass shooting incident in the last twenty years, and multiple other instances of suicide and isolated shootings all share one thing in common, and its not the weapons used.