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Should guns be taken from domestic violence abusers?

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  • Yes they should be taken away from domestic violence abusers.

    People who break the law or do something illegal should not be able to carry or own a gun. What is they use it on the person they are abusing? If you can break one law you can break more and are more willing to break out in an act of violence using gun if giving or having one nearby.

  • Yes, guns should be taken away from domestic violence abusers.

    I believe that guns should be taken away from domestic violence abusers. Although I know it is a constitutional right, I believe that abusers should not be allowed to own guns. You are just giving the abuser another tool to carry out the abuse. If abusers don't get help, too often the abuse escalates into murder. Restraining orders often don't work.

  • Yes, they should.

    Gun ownership is a right, this is clearly stated in the amendments. However, a failure to obey the laws is the same as a person waiving away certain rights. One of those rights should be the right to bear arms. If you cannot carry yourself with respect while unarmed, then you should not be allowed to try it armed.

  • Define domestic violence...

    Of all of the issues surrounding taking a gun away from someone, there are always "flexible" options. This, of course, is one of them.

    When one references domestic violence, it usually entails an act of physical aggression between two family members; i.E. A man and his wife. Now, what exactly defines it? Maybe a man senselessly beats his wife for no legitimate reason. Ok, he's a psycho, disarm him.

    The thing is-domestic violence can be harder to define and the charge can be harder to fight than just that.

    If one family member comes home angry, begins breaking things, starts threatening the other resident, and antagonizes them to the point of retaliation, ending up with a black eye... Well, the other member of the party will be guilty of domestic violence, no matter how justifiable their actions may seem. The other party member can always appeal to the emotions of the judge and jury so things may go in their favor.

    Domestic violence is simply a diluted subject. It can't be the basis for disarming an individual because of how easily the definition can be changed.


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