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Reply #96: OK, but what about the "public defender" part? [View All]

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Starboard Tack Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-04-11 07:12 PM
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96. OK, but what about the "public defender" part?
This is the most worrisome to many people - the thought that there are a number of self appointed saviors out there itching to earn their 15 minutes of fame, playing caped crusader. I don't think for one moment that you or any of our regular contributors to this forum fall into that category, but you must admit they are out there. Admittedly, they rarely act out their fantasies, but like much in life, it is a numbers game and the ensuing proliferation of carrying handguns in public can only increase the likelihood of more wannabe heroes.
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