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GA: Could Georgia law put confiscated guns back on the streets?
Mark A. Taff
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No one will argue that gun violence is a problem in Savannah.
Hundreds of guns used in crimes are confiscated by law enforcement every year, and you might think those guns are destroyed. However, that's not the case.
The law says if the gun does not have a rightful owner, police are supposed to sell them to licensed dealers. But the law hasn't always been that way.
Before 2012, police could destroy the guns they confiscated or use them for training. But in 2012, legislators changed that law, forcing police to sell the guns, with the money going back to the county
|Oh, you're a TV station. I would have assumed it was the Atlanta Urinal-Constipation, judging from the stupidity of the article's title.
What if your headline asked the rhetorical question:
Could Georgia law put confiscated cars back on the streets?
Now do you see why you look like idiots for saying that?