I never heard about this. It is true. It is very saddening that such circumstances existed and forced the hand of good men.
Our Founding Fathers had the wisdom to put the 2nd Amendment in the Constitution simply because they realized that, some day, American Citizens would need to protect themselves from a corrupt, tyrannical government.
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