Sunday, January 3, 2010

Arkansas Bans Sales Of Realistic Looking Toy Guns

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The shooting of a twelve year old boy by police has precipitated a Arkansas law banning the sale of realistic looking toy guns. He was shot by police after they say that he pointed a gun at them which turned out to be a toy gun.
The boy’s mother says that the toy gun was “planted” on the child, and he was actually holding a bottle of soda when he was shot. She fought against the law being named after her son.  The gun “found” by police had an orange tip, and would have been legal to sell even under the new law.
Any store selling realistic looking toy guns in Arkansas will be fined $1,000.00

Little Robert Heydges, Jr. of Little Rock and his friends will not be amused.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

we are the government and we know best.