A California law now allows police to seize private, legally-owned weapons for as long as three weeks without charges and without allowing the citizen to contest the seizure. The law, known as AB1014, was passed last year after the Isla Vista shooting where teenager Elliot Rodger went on a shooting spree near the University of California campus in Santa Barbara, killing six people before turning his gun on himself.Everybody in California is as crazy as Elliot Roger, right?
OH ... only those who are elected into public office.
Okay. I understand it now.
(The best day of my life was when I moved back to Oregon after 3 years in California!)