No, they are not; however, we don't have the 'strict' gun laws that the UK has. I have read so many comments on ARRSE, about our lack of such laws, etc. that I thought this was a good time to point out that no matter how strict or how many laws one puts in place, people will get and use them.napier said:And of course all gun crime in the US of A is committed with legally owned firearms...
PTSD and alcohol also creates the same Mark, my dad was testament to that.mark1234 said:Perhaps this answers some of the questions from the singapore thread about why drugs shouldn't be legalised.
Cannibis use along with PTSD created one seriously f**ked up individual.
Absolutely none mate, the media will 'milk' the initial shock elements from this story to seel their papers or plug their stations and then move on to the next bit of bad news.ABrighter2006 said:Great post Arandale.
As for the media's portrayal focusing on the ex-soldier angle, what chance a journalist getting really down and dirty and exposing the NHS / MOD systems in place that appear to have failed this poor man terribly?
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