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John Lott: More Guns, Less Crime
Posted By admin On December 8, 2010 @ 11:08 am In Featured Stories,Multimedia,News In Focus,Paul Watson Articles | Comments Disabled
Second amendment expert reveals how Washington DC’s gun crime rates have dropped dramatically since handgun ban was lifted
Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com 
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
In a talk given on the very day a gunman was apprehended at the University of Austin, American senior research scientist at the University of Maryland and gun rights expert John Lott explains why guns bans only serve to increase gun crime rates, why the pilots should be armed, and how statistics prove that since the DC handgun ban was lifted, there has been a dramatic drop in the murder rate.
Lott points to his research which proves that there isn’t a place in the world where a gun ban lowers gun crime, in fact stricter firearms regulation habitually leads to an increase in murder rates, because the only people who follow such regulations are law-abiding citizens who turn in their guns and thus leave themselves vulnerable to armed criminals who don’t obey the law.
Speaking on the subject of pilots being armed, Lott points out that up until 1979, pilots were mandated to carry with them a loaded handgun and throughout decades of this policy there is not one example handguns causing a problem on an airliner, demolishing the innumerable “what if” hypothetical arguments of those who oppose arming the pilots, as well as the arguments against having concealed carry on college campuses.
Lott details statistics that show since the Washington DC handgun ban was lifted, there has been a huge drop in murder rates, a fact that has received virtually no news coverage in the anti-second amendment establishment media. Crimes using guns since the ban was lifted fell by about three times as fast as other crimes not involving guns. Alternatively, since the Chicago gun ban in 1982, Lott documents how gun crime soared in both Chicago and surrounding areas. Lott cites numerous cases which underscore his simple and manifestly provable argument – criminals don’t like there being more guns in the hands of law-abiding people, which is why gun crime rates drop whenever lawful gun ownership rises.
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