Then convicted murderers couldn't buy a handgun after they're paroled and illegally sell it to someone under age who would then use it to murder someone and then commit suicide.
It's cool how common sense is so. . . . common!
I didn't really get into the weeds on the murder of Steve McNair because it wasn't all that interesting, but I find it odd that a man convicted of second degree murder for killing someone during an armed robbery - one of three I might add - would be walking the streets in the first place. Um. . . why don't we put murderers away for ever?
Adrian Gilliam was convicted in 1993, and he looks not much older than me. Is ten years all some innocent life is worth? It looks as though "He may face up to 10 years in prison for selling Kazemi the gun."
What a joke.