Should people who have been involuntarily committed for mental health reasons face a lifetime gun ban?

30 Dec , 2018   Video

Dr. John Lott talked to John Cardillo on NewsMax TV about whether people who have been involuntarily committed for even a period of observation should be banned for life from owning guns.
(Friday, December 28, 2018, 1:53 to 1:55 PM)

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One Response

  1. William Sullivan says:

    A reminder that the Soviets used involuntary commitment for people who resisted indoctrination.
    And the movie “Minority Report”…
    There are people who do need emergency treatment, but deprivation of any right is a very serious matter. And at what point should we deprive them of the right to have a lawyer?

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