With all the anti-gun media hype, it looks like one man in Connecticut has bought into the gun-phobia that if you see a person with a gun he must be evil.
According to the Hartford Courant, a man in a Glastonbury TD bank became alarmed when he saw a man carrying a gun. The gun owner was carrying legally and was NOT acting in a threatening or suspicious way according to police. But he had a gun. So he must be up to no good, right?
Robert Gursky, 50, was at the bank to make a business transaction when he saw the gun owner and began to freak out. He tried to tell the bank teller what he saw.
“He was trying to relay to the teller someone had a gun,” Glastonbury Agent Kevin Szydlo said. Gursky was trying to write a note to the teller, and also said “gun.” Gursky then completed his transaction and left the bank. He also tore up the note he was writing and threw it away.
The bank staff became alarmed over the incident and began to go through their robbery protocol and called police. When police figured out that the guy with the gun was carrying it legally they tracked down Gursky and charged him with breach of peace, since they couldn’t charge him with stupidity or ignorance of what it means to be a responsible gun owner.
Gursky is due to show up in court on September 25th. He had no comments for the news media yesterday, but you almost feel bad for the guy. I mean he is just doing what the anti-gun news media wants every one to do: freak out when you see anyone with a gun. Good for the cops that they went after the guy trying to report a law abiding gun owner instead of the gun owner in this case.
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