Massachusetts Gun Law Case May Head For SUpreme Court

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WBIR reports a Massachusetts gun law case may be the next Second Amendment case to be appealed to the Supreme Court.

If SCOTIS takes the case I hope they rule in accordance with the wishes of the Framers and Founders, who only three years after the end of the Constitutional Convention found State officials violating the rights they had put their lives, their fortunes, and their secred honor on the line to obtain.

In Massachusetts case, the laws not only ignore the Founders wishes, but ignore the results of the restrictive laws that have gone before it. This is Massachusetts homicide rate. As you can see, the Bay State’s murder rate was falling like a rock when the first of Massachusetts many attempts to – supposedly – cut crime by disarming the law abiding was signed into law in 1996.

After the courts refused to accede to the Founders wishes and the field was clear for criminals to have a field day, violent crime soared. Until Boston started using a computerized crime eraser!

Clearly, the unconstitutional gun laws Massachusetts has imposed have been of no benefit to the vast majority of Massachusetts, the now disarmed members of the law abiding victim class.


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