Thursday, 6 September 2012
Ninety-two year-old World War II veteran Earl Jones of Kentucky served in the Air Force and worked on the Enola Gay at one point.
Mr. Jones will not be charged. Meanwhile in Great Britain a couple living on an isolated farm were threatened by four intruders. The husband shot two of them non-fatally. The couple was arrested and held for three days before being released on bail "pending further investigation."
Posted on 09/06/2012 7:32 AM by Rebecca Bynum
6 Sep 2012
Let's compare and contrast:
Earl Jones of Kentucky can rely on the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution - which of course is why he won't be charged.
The so-called Bill of Rights of 1689 is virtually useless as a safeguard of life, liberty, and property in the UK - which is why Mr and Mrs Ferrie are "under investigation" by the police.
(Excuse me for stating the obvious.)