Gun in Ala. campus shooting bought 2 decades ago
By DESIREE HUNTER (AP) – 15 hours ago
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The gun used to kill three people during a faculty meeting at an Alabama school was bought for the suspect's husband two decades ago when he said he was having problems with a neighbor, an investigator testified Thursday.
The investigator told a judge that an acquaintance bought the gun in New Hampshire for Amy Bishop's husband to skirt a waiting period where the couple lived in Massachussetts.
In no particular order:
- There's something going on with the husband.
- Bill Delahunt should not get off the hook for letting this one back out onto the streets, just because he's cutting and running from Congress.
- If Amy Bishop had decided to cook off in MA instead of AL, the restrictive gun laws of the former wouldn't have done a d*mned thing to make it harder for her to kill three people.
Crossposted to Moe Lane.