What is the Second Amendment to US Constitution? Chilling Boulder shooting puts a question mark on gun rights

What is the Second Amendment to US Constitution? Chilling Boulder shooting puts a question mark on gun rights

After 10 people were killed in Colorado, the conversation of Second Amendment has started again (Getty Images) Ten people were killed in the shooting at King Soopers supermarket on Monday, March 22, including a Boulder police officer who was fatally shot, Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold said at a news conference. This incident yet again made people question the Second Amendment of the United States of America. Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold identified the officer as Eric Talley, who has been on the force since 2010. The investigation is expected to last a minimum of five days, according to Herold. "I am so sorry about the loss of officer Tally. … We will be working night and day," Herold said. "I know there are people out there waiting for an answer." She did not release the names of the other nine victims, saying the department "will try to ID all of the victims as promptly as possible." RELATED ARTICLES Boulder Store shooting: Who was Eric Talley? ‘Heroic’ Colorado cop, 51, ‘ran toward danger to save lives’ Slamming the amendment, Illustrator Robert Maguire tweeted: "Former conservative Chief Justice of Supreme Court Warren Burger: The 2nd Amendment "has been the subject of one of the greatest pieces of fraud, I repeat the word fraud, on the American public by special interest groups that I have ever seen in my lifetime." The US Army veteran said, "Another god damn shooting, but god forbid we enact national background checks. Yeah, this shit pisses […]

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