wack wack wrote:bcs89 wrote:it is quite possible that they had a very good reason for so many guns on site - perhaps they were used as “base” for their hunting group, it is not uncommon for a group who hunt together to pool their resources and purchase one gun safe (they are not cheap) where all guns are kept...
So far as your last paragraph, what if they did know he had the guns? So what?
Loose lips sink ships.
What if they knew he had the guns? A fairly unusual coed robbery crew of tender years and little experience just randomly stumbled into a goldmine with 30 guns in it? And you ask what if?
Again, making assumptions then assessing culpability based on them.
Sorry, not sure what you mean by "And you ask what if?
If I've not been clear on this point, here it is again. I think we need some serious changes to our gun laws. What I don't think is that anyone who owns a gun (or guns) should be open to scorn, ridicule and contempt, especially after such a traumatic event as this, simply for that fact. Name another group of people who should be judged as a whole, by the actions of a few? That is a very dangerous path to start down.