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Useless Gun Law



DECEMBER 3, 2012

Re: Police look for shooters (SP, Nov. 25). If the Saskatoon cops were to employ the gun registry that contains licensed "law-abiding Canadians who own and use firearms responsibly," they should have nabbed this pair of gun-toting thugs by sundown.

Surely, these two must be on the police CPIC list of innocent gun owners, eh?

That's the twisted logic behind Prime Minister Harper's government's continued enforcement of the Liberals' hated Bill C-68 of 1995.

Licensing blameless Canadians amounts to possessing a useless tool: Where you can use it, you don't need it and when you need it, you can't use it.

Harper should keep his party's 2005 policy promise and completely repeal Bill C-68, because it's useless.

Joe Gingrich Nipawin


Police look for shooters


Police are searching for two men who shot at a group of people Friday evening. It is believed one of the bullets fired from one of the handguns grazed the leg of one man, but the victims and shooters took off before police arrived, according to a Saskatoon Police Service news release.

The two shooters left down an alley immediately after the shooting.

They are described as 20 years old, one with a muscular build and wearing all-black clothing. The other was heavy-set, wearing a black jacket, blue jeans and Blue Jays baseball cap.

Police are still looking for the shooters and the people who were shot at.