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Concealed Carry, Castle Doctrine, Stand Your Ground Laws Protect the Elderly, infirmed and Women

Trayvon Martin, the 6'2" bully The case of Trayvon Martin losing his life while attacking George Zimmerman has brought the debate of concealed carry and various laws regulating uses of deadly force in the court of public opinion. In Chicago two African-American public school teachers were caught on cell phone video telling students that the NRA wants to murder little “porch monkeys.
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