“Gun control:” the criminal’s best friend
by Michael A. Walsh
New York Post
Recent months have seen a former Marine from Indiana, a Tea Party activist from California and a nurse from Tennessee all arrested and charged in New York City for possession of firearms they had legal permits to carry back home. All were “nabbed” when they naively sought to check the weapon with security.
These innocents fell afoul of the nation’s toughest gun laws. But few New Yorkers know how those laws came to be.