Do you, as a resident of Pennsylvania, want to know how many guns were recovered and traced last year in your state? That's easy -- just gather the chiefs of Pennsylvania's 1,150-odd police departments in a big room and have them cobble together the trace data from their respective agencies.Apparently this 'Detective' of 18yrs is either lying or is completely ignorant of this thing called the internet. Let's help him out. Here detective. Using this magical tool called the 'internet', I went to www.atf.gov. From there I typed in 'search' "Trace Data". It took me there. Then I clicked on 2009 and Pennsylvania.
Want a breakdown of how many handguns, shotguns and rifles were recovered? Ditto. Because, while the NRA is understandably against releasing individual gun owners' names, it also opposes the public dissemination of even the most basic statistical data on gun recoveries.
There ya' go Detective. Took me a whopping 2 minutes, and that only because I had to get up and let the dog out.
So why didn't you mention that? Are you honestly clueless about simple resources like that or are you deliberately lying and using your job title as stump to publish 4 pages of nonsense and ad hominem character attacks.
Here's an idea. Do your damn job.
But looking at your history of pushing for gun control laws, you're more interested in spreading the usual BS than solving crimes.
Bitter has more on this ignorant hit piece over at SIH.