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Should domestic violence suspects lose their guns?

What ever happened to due process? That’s one question surrounding a bill in a Missouri House committee that’s designed to take guns away from anyone accused of domestic violence …

Jefferson City Representative Rudy Veit is concerned the plan would infringe on 2nd Amendment rights even before someone in convicted of a crime.



  1. When you get a conviction for a felony, perhaps. Until then, of course not. We don’t punish people based on mere accusations, and no thinking person would suggest we should.

  2. Anthony Caylor-Monzel

    Suspects? Since when do you start at guilty and work back to innocent. Ah yes, these new red flag laws certainly cross that line. “You’re a threat.” “No I’m not.” “Well, you have to prove it before you get your property back.”

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