Yes - if it's a case of depression, that's too bad. I see that the family's gun is missing. If it wasn't locked up and the kid had easy access to it, the parents should be held responsible.
This is a knee jerk reaction. The kid was of legal age to own a gun. His family is under no obligation to specifically restrict his access. Under what law or reasoning even would they be held responsible?
Originally Posted by JonDMiller
Dosry, You know what? I think I'll agree with you :)
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