ANTI-GUN POLICY SLAMS TAXPAYERS
Baltimore County Paid $700,000 Extra
By Harold Hutchison
Baltimore Country taxpayers are on the hook for $700,000 due to the anti-Second Amendment policies of the county police department and government.
According to a report by the Baltimore Sun, the police department has refused to re-sell 15-year-old SIG-Sauer semi-automatic pistols to wholesalers due their fear that they would wind up in the hands of private citizens.
The police chief of Baltimore County, James W. Johnson, testified in favor of strict gun laws, including a ban on certain semi-automatic firearms.