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Thursday, February 22, 2018
Categories 2nd Amendment European Law Enforcement Agencies: On Second Thought, Maybe Firearms Would Be Helpful
“When witnesses in the same building as Charlie Hebdo saw masked men with heavy weaponry enter the building they called police, like anyone in their position would do. But the three unarmed officers on bikes who showed up proved to be most unhelpful in the situation.

According to the witness, the officers had to retreat after seeing the men were heavily armed.

That wasn’t the only instance during the three-day terror spree where police found themselves utterly unprepared to take on the jihadists.”

Talk about standing there armed only with the 'shooter' that came at birth. Yep, facing the armed terrorist or armed criminal just might require law abiding people to respond while being armed (to the teeth). Note that England, in the face of this reality, has determined to increase the number of police offices 'allowed' to carry guns. We hope England's 'Bobbies' are paid lots of money, because you couldn't pay us enough to engage in law enforcement duties on the front line without being armed. How do you think the unarmed dead cops in France would vote -


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