This gun entered the world on Sept. 26, 2008.
That's when it ended its 5,000-mile journey from a factory in Austria to the Glock distributor in Smyrna, Ga. There, it was packaged and sent to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office — part of a fresh batch of 1,500 Glocks ordered by the sheriff to rearm his deputies.
Serial number MPX753 eventually landed in the car of Deputy William Hodge, of the traffic division.
But on the morning of Oct. 22, 2009, Deputy Hodge called the cops.
In the middle of night, someone had smashed the windows of his Dodge in the Central Park neighborhood of Boca Raton. The burglar took everything inside: a pair of handcuffs, a badge, $250 cash, some credit cards, a bullet-filled fanny pack — and the Glock.
Several witnesses told the cops they saw a large white van drive out of the neighborhood. It left behind nothing but shattered glass.
So right away the blame falls on the dumbass deputy that left his gun and bullets in his car unsecured.Then it is a series of events where the gun was used by criminal after criminal aided by victims who refused to "snitch." But its the evil gun's fault. read it and understand the liberal writer's view is not the people but the gun's fault.