If Kasandra Only Had A Gun

Investor's Business Daily
December 2012
Investors Business Daily;12/ 5/2012, pA15
Gun Control: If the girlfriend of the football linebacker killed in a murder-suicide had a gun to defend herself, she might be alive today to explain how guns save lives and more of them means less crime.


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