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|Let me guess, they know absolutely nothing about the violent crime rates in Maine universities vs Utah universities, but they're there to provide expert witness testimony on the fantasies in their own heads, which is pretty much the only topic they are expert in.
|As usual, no provision for comments.
"The president of Maine's community college system says it's dangerous to have more guns drawn when police officers arrive."
The real question is the number of dead/injured bodies present when the police arrive. Which is more dangerous, being armed when the cops show up, or being DEAD?
"The University of Maine's police chief said it's extremely rare an armed citizen could stop an active shooter."
Only because in 99% of the cases, there are NO armed citizens present to stop an active shooter. The chief declares a negative, then challenges us to disprove it.