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Active Shooter Seminar: Jihad Comes to the Inland Empire

So why does the Department of Homeland Security recommend raising your voice or throwing a stapler at the killer when what is clearly required is deadly force? This post Active Shooter Seminar: Jihad Comes to the Inland Empire appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
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