And don’t forget: The bad guy got away.
A long editorial from the folks at the Chicago Tribune condemning the idea of allowing people with Concealed Permits to carry in public transportation. They cite the case of a grandmother in Detroit who used her gun against a critter that attacked her. She shot him several times, missed and the guy indeed ran away.
The Editors of the Tribune go through the usual primrose patch of “ZOMG! She could have killed someone! Bus Full Of Nuns and Orphans! Blood of the Innocent” as excuses not to allow good people be armed in buses (not a word about criminals already traveling with their guns) and somehow, to cap their long-winding discourse, they say that the lack of a dead body or a bleeding troll waiting for an ambulance proves concealed carry does not work.
Well, in their defense, they do make money when bodies fall to the ground. I am somewhat surprised that they don’t use red ink to print the “news.”