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originally posted by: RomeByFire
originally posted by: caterpillage
California has some pretty strict gun laws,
So I'm sure everything will work out fine in the end.
It's actually impossible to buy weapons in legal states and then bring them to other states.
Same thing with drugs.
It's actually Newton's fourth law of motion.
originally posted by: trollz
News just said they believe the incident is taking place inside a facility designed to provide assistance to soldiers returning from combat with PTSD.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: howtonhawky
Hmmm, let's compare "active shooter" to "hostage situation" shall we?
One implies person actively trying to off as many people as he or she can while the other implies person holding people hostage, scared but alive and daring you to do something about it.
Different tactics are required.
At Parkland, the deputy response would have been appropriate for a hostage situation, but that's not what they had.