I'm surprised no one has posted this.
http://online.wsj.com/articles/three...ing-1401936099Canadian police said late Wednesday that three Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers were killed and two others wounded in a shooting incident in Moncton, New Brunswick.
From what I can make out, this guy dressed up in camo and had two rifles and was reported walking around, and the RCMP officers were killed as the police hunted for him.
And he's since been caught.
I did find some excellent commentary, including this:
http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/tj-milb...b_5460465.htmlThe conversations that inevitably happen in the wake of such tragedies are always unproductive. Gun control advocates stretch blame onto responsible and respectable gun owners and collectors, saying tragedies like this wouldn't happen if troubled young men didn't have access to firearms. Gun owners respond with indignation, saying the only thing they have in common with these young men is the device in their hands, and that if it wasn't a gun, it would have been something else. And it's true. A hobbyist isn't defined by those who use the focus of his hobby to cause pain and destruction, whether it be guns or model trains.