SITTING DUCKS: Ft. Hood Rejects Concealed Carry, ‘Soldiers Can Wait For Police’

During this past Fort Hood shooting it took police up to 15 minutes to respond.

Afterwards, at a press conference on the shooting which left four dead and 16 injured, Lt. Gen Mark A. Milley was asked if they should overturn the gun ban.

His response was “No, I don’t think soldiers should have concealed weapons on base, We have law enforcement agents and trained professionals and I don’t endorse carrying concealed.”

He also stated that it took police “10 to 15 minutes” to arrive on the scene of the shooting, long after several people were shot.

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“I think law enforcement acted very rapidly and swiftly given the nature of the circumstances,” he said.

Read more: The PCMD Gazette

 

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