Two Gonzaga students are facing the possibility of expulsion after they pulled a gun on a 6 time felon who was trying to break into their campus apartment. The University does not allow handguns in dorms or anywhere on campus property, making them prime targets for criminals who are accustomed to breaking the law.
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Side note. (College campuses that have allow CCW have not seen a single incident of gun violence or guns being stolen from cars, even though gun control activists promised this would happen on any college campus that would be so daring as to allow 2nd amendment rights for college students.)
According to KHQ.com who reported this story it all happened on October 24th,
At 10:15 Fagan answered the door and was greeted by John Taylor. Taylor is a felon with an extensive criminal history and when he arrived Fagan said Taylor showed him what appeared to be an ankle bracelet as he tried to intimidate him. Fagan said Taylor then demanded money and was frustrated when he was turned down.
Taylor then attempted to force entry into the apartment. At that point McIntosh brandished his pistol. McIntosh has a concealed weapons permit for the gun and did not know it was in violation of policy at the time. Once Taylor saw the gun he left the property. McIntosh said Spokane Police took Taylor into custody after their report because he was wanted on a Department of Corrections warrant.
The school is saying that it has a long standing policy against guns on campus and it is meant to protect the students. We beg to differ.
A discipline board at the school has decided to move forward in taking action against the students who tried to protect themselves from the intruding felon, but the students have to wait and see if they will be expelled as a result of their actions.
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