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America’s judicial system, praised as one of the best in the world, is partially responsible for our crime rates and gun violence. Every laws comes with a consequence for violations, but when those consequences amount to next to nothing, there is no longer a deterrent to cause others to not violate the law.

Then we have judges who set bail so low that many people arrested for crimes walk out of jail after paying on 10% of a low bail. Such is the case of a man in Florida who was arrested for stealing 3 firearms, ammunition, extra magazines and back pack. While in police custody, he not only admitted to the crimes but told police as soon as he gets out, he will steal again and that he will murder someone, but didn’t tell them who.

Then a judge set his bail at $5,000, meaning he only had to pay $500, which he did and now he is free to steal and murder.

(Great American Politics) – Yesterday, I wrote about Jason White, who walked into an Academy Sports store in Florida and then tried to get away with a handgun, ammunition and backpack. When an employee shouted to stop the man, assistant store manager Dean Crouch stopped White and manage to detain him until police arrived.

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Crouch did a great job according to police, but not according to Academy Sports who first suspended Crouch and then fired him for violating company policy, forbidding employees from touching customers. The company would prefer to allow someone to steal a gun and ammunition with which he or she could injure or kill anyone else, rather than face a lawsuit because their employee was a hero.

It was also revealed that White had stolen two guns from a pawn shop earlier the same day. After being detained by Crouch tackling him as White was trying to run out of the store, White was arrested for 3 counts of grand theft firearms along with other crimes. While in police custody, White freely told the police officers that he stole the gun, ammunition, extra magazines and backpack because he wanted to kill someone.

Tallahassee Police Officer R. Hunkiar wrote in his report on the arrest:…

Judges like this should be able to be held liable if someone, like this gun thief, does follow through on his threats and steals again and then murders someone. It’ also another example of why gun control laws don’t stop gun violence and often leads to additional crimes.

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