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Reader S. e-mailed me an infuriating message and attachment last week after the Washington Navy Yard massacre. More on her letter in a moment. As I pointed out on the one-year anniversary of the Fort Hood shooting, many military bases and facilities remain gun-free zones thanks to Clinton-era gun restrictions. Reminder:
Thanks to that Clinton directive, as you know, Navy Yard victims were also left vulnerable in a gun-free zone. S., a military wife at Fort Meade, sent me the following message.
Our weekly Fort Meade newspaper Soundoff arrived on the doorstep this morning with this helpful advice for surviving a Fort Hood/Navy Yard event: hide, and if that doesn't work, yell and throw stuff.
And maybe improvise a weapon. Because, you know, we don't trust our military with real weapons.
Just sit tight in your gun-free zone while a nutjob shoots the place up and wait for the guys with the guns (what?!) to show up and put a stop to it. Unless they're ordered to stand down.
Beyond furious. Again.
Here's the newspaper article advising people to "hide out" and "throw" things when the next bloodthirsty, armed Nidal Hasan or Aaron Alexis comes along. (Click on image to see larger)
I'm surprised they didn't advise "vomiting or urinating" as well.