“I want my name cleared,” said Paul Gatling, who is now 81-years-old. “Most of all, I just want to vote before I die.”
Both sides in the debate on California Lt. Gov Gavin Newsom’s pending voter referendum to change the states gun laws spoke in front of the legislature Tuesday.
The good Samaritan owned a nearby gym and was at the drugstore with his wife when the shooting unfolded.
Authorities said the suspect was rummaging through the elderly couple’s medicine cabinets, presumably searching for prescription medications.
“It’s on!” said Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom as he along with gun control advocates dropped off a reported 600,000 signatures for the Safety For All voter referendum campaign.
“He started crying like a little baby,” the young boy said about the intruder after he shot him in the back of the leg.
Rafael Martir-Ubiles attempted to toss the gun on a rooftop, but it instead hit a wall and somehow went off, striking a pursuing officer in the shoulder.
President Obama’s administration Friday gave an update on implementing the executive actions regarding guns ownership that he issued at the beginning of the year in response to increased public pressure and an unwilling Congress.
Kadeem Bacote, who is now a two-time convicted felon, allegedly told an officer with the gang unit that the pants were meant as a sign of disrespect.
A bill that would broaden the pool of those who could seek an order from the court to seize a person’s guns to include coworkers and school faculty is headed to the Assembly floor.