Saturday, January 5, 2013

Journal News gun map puts prison guards in danger.

Since we can make a map of anything with public records how about we make stuff up from issues that the left believe are sacred and out of bounds? Fair is fair.
Rockland County Sheriff Louis Falco said his office has 1,600 cable locks. There are 16,998 permit holders in Rockland, a county of roughly 315,158 people, according to the U.S. census. Of those permits, 3,907 are current and the rest have had no activity for at least five years, according to the county’s database.

The safety-lock program would make as many as four available to each county household as long as supplies last. Individuals would need to provide proof of residence.

Public safety was also at the root of much of the outrage stemming from The Journal News report. Falco said some county correction officers have been approached by inmates who said “they know where they live.”

Wieder brought a check and a completed pistol-permit application to the news conference and presented it to County Clerk Paul Piperato.

“I have never owned a gun, but now I have no choice,” Wieder said. “I have been exposed as someone who does not have a gun, and I will do anything to protect my family.”

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