Monday, June 05, 2006

Unclear on the concept

The Second Amendment Foundation is publicizing a radio interview with current New Orleans Police Superintendent Warren Riley where he notes

"During an exigent circumstance like that (a Katrina-like event), we cannot allow people to walk the street carrying guns."

This is despite a Louisiana law stating that it's perfectly legal for citizens to be armed in public. So what we have here is a police superintendent who is announcing his intention to violate the law the next time there is bad weather.

Citizens of New Orleans, you're hereby on notice.

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