tommyg wrote:Guns free is starting to mean killing zone
dac1842 wrote:Now, assume for a minute our State legislators permit teachers to carry in the classroom, let me pose more questions in regards to that.
1- Will the law include language that exempts the teacher from civil liability for a good shooting? Note: An exemption from civil liability does not prevent you from being sued. The State cannot legislate that.
2- Will the law prohibit school districts from prohibiting weapons on the part of the teachers and other employees? You know even if the state allows concealed carry, most districts will change their policy manuals to block it.
3- In the event of a teacher involved shooting, who will pay to defend the teacher in the event the teacher is sued? you know that the family of the person shot will sue, you know a few law suit happy parents will sue on behalf of their traumatized children who witnessed, heard, or were in the same building.. come on we live in law suit happy society, everyone within a hundred miles will sue for something ,and there is always a lawyer willing to file it, no matter how stupid it sounds.
4- How often would a teacher permitted to carry be required to go through a shoot-don't shoot practice scenarios to keep up their skills? In the event of a shooting, any subsequent lawsuit is sure to include lack of training as a basis for the suit. It has to be addressed.
Then as I stated in another thread, the Feds are surely to hold education funds and probably highway funds from any state that passes any legislation that allows concealed carry on a school campus. This administration is becoming a dictatorship, as more states attempt to buck them, the more hardball we will see out of DC.
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