Re: Radcliffe bad press
John Peschken (peschken@IX.NETCOM.COM)
Thu, 1 May 1997 19:09:04 -0500
Godbout, Marc wrote:
> I believe the main reason these laws were written were to prevent
They do so by making it a felony to attempt to take a gun on the plane.
There is no doubt Mr. R did that. The fact that he says he forgot is
irrelevant. Try that one next time a cop wants to give you a speeding
ticket. Gee, officer, I forgot what the speed limit was. Bet it won't
> I also believe that certain individuals, such as Federal
> Marshals, are allowed to bring loaded firearms onto an airline.
Mr. Radcliffe is not a Federal Marshall.
> None of us know any differently and until we find out any real
> that prove differently we've got no right demanding his dismissal.
Certainly our information is second hand, but we have a statement from
Mr Radcliffe that he did it. What facts do you feel we might be missing
> We should be careful not to set our standards so high that only
> need apply.
It does not require a deity to follow the law. If you choose to carry a
gun, it is your responsibility to do so in accordance with all
applicable laws. If you don't, you need to be held responsible.
You don't need to be a God, just a good citizen.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City