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New York Mass Public Shooter Explicitly focused: “areas where CCW are outlawed or prohibited may be good areas of attack” “areas with strict gun laws are also great places of attack”


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Yet, one other mass public shooter clearly reveals that gun-free zones are magnets for some of these assaults. New York states with extraordinarily strict gun management legal guidelines was a horny place to assault. Note that proper now the U.S. Supreme Court is trying on the state’s very restrictive May Issue legislation. As the killer’s manifesto signifies, “areas where CCW permits are low may also” be good areas of assault.

Ironically, New York has all of the gun legal guidelines that Democrats say we have to cease these assaults — background checks on the personal switch of weapons (so-called common background checks) to a strict assault weapon ban. Virtually no hid handgun permits in Buffalo the place the assault occurred.

He seems to have been motivated by the environmentalist/socialist/racist Mosque shooter in New Zealand who hoped that his assault would spur extra gun management. The El Paso environmentalist/socialist/racist shooter additionally had a really related dialogue of what targets to select:

“Remember: it is not cowardly to pick low hanging fruit. AKA Don’t attack heavily guarded areas to fulfill your super soldier COD fantasy. Attack low security targets. Even though you might out gun a security guard or police man, they likely beat you in armor, training and numbers. Do not throw away your life on an unnecessarily dangerous target. If a target seems too hot, live to fight another day.”

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