Friday, April 27, 2018

April 27, 2018 -- A Quick Run Around the Web

"Escape and Evasion: Road Crossings"--Black Scout Survival (3 min.)

         A Texas dad playing with his children at a local playground got quite a surprise when the police showed up to question him, stating that his pro-gun shirt was “making other parents uncomfortable”. Troy Johnston and his two daughters, ages four and six, stopped at Castle Park on March 30, so the children could enjoy the park’s swings and maze, he told Blue Lives Matter.
            Several other parents approached Johnston while his daughters were playing, alerting him to the fact that a woman was very irate with the verbiage on his shirt and was threatening to call the police and warning other parents not to go into the park because of “a man with a gun”. Johnston was legally and openly carrying his handgun on a hip holster.
               According Benbrook Police Department (BPD) Corporal J. Reese, a woman contacted the department at approximately 3:21 p.m., and reported a “suspicious person” with a “gun holstered to his chest,” was wearing a shirt that read “You control your kids, I’ll control my guns.”
        Although Johnston was openly carrying a handgun, the police report specifically indicated that the woman was not concerned about the gun, but was concerned about his t-shirt. Johnston plans on getting more shirts similar to that which triggered the psycho woman. My thought is that prosecutors should look at whether they can charge the woman with filing a false police report, falsely reporting a crime, or similar, to deter similar conduct in the future.

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