The banning of private gun ownership in Venezuela has made firearms such a valuable commodity that 57% of police killed in the nation’s capital this year were targeted for their weapons, according to Venezuela’s largest newspaper.
El Universal reports that 57% of police killed in Gran Caracas–the greater Caracas metro area–were robbed for their guns, according to official national security statistics “obtained extra-officially.” These include both common police and the …read more
Venezuela never had a 2nd Amendment, so it was no surprise when Chavez banned guns. As we can see here, this not only endangers law-abiding civilians, but the law-enforcers as well.
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