Almost as if to answer a question asked days ago at AmmoLand, Fox News is reporting that the attorney for the family of one Virginia Beach mass shooting victim contends that the “gun-free” restriction on the office in which the victims worked left Kate Nixon defenseless when DeWayne Craddock opened fire.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam wants to push more gun control in reaction to the May 31 shooting in Virginia Beach. But an attorney for one victim’s family appears to be suggesting that a gun-free zone regulation kept the victims defenseless. (YouTube, Time)
The AmmoLand story simply asked in its headline, “Did ‘Gun-Free’ Workplace Rule Cost Virginia Woman Her Life?’
According to Fox, attorney Kevin Martingayle appeared on a talk radio show earlier this week to reveal, “Kate expressed to her husband concerns about this individual in particular, as well as one other person. In fact, they had a discussion the night before about whether or not she should take a pistol and hide it in her handbag — and decided not to, ultimately, because there’s a policy apparently against having any kind of weapons that are concealed in the building.”
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