Sandy Hook father speaks
out to his legislators



JPFO has learned that not all parents of the murdered children and their friends, have used the tragedy as a pretext for further victim disarmament. See this video of testimony by the father of one of the students who survived at the school.

(Recently, MSNBC deceptively edited a clip of Neil Heslin, the father of Jesse Lewis, who was allegedly murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary, to portray second amendment activists as insensitive by claiming they were heckling Heslin when in reality they were answering a question he had asked them.)

The network however failed to broadcast statements given at the same hearing (a gun violence prevention working group public hearing on January 28th) by Bill Stevens, father of a 5th grader who attends a school in Newtown and whose classmate's little sister was killed at Sandy Hook. Calling gun control bills currently proposed "asinine," Stevens quoted the Connecticut state constitution, which reads, "Every citizen has the right to bear arms in defense of himself and the state."

Noting that inalienable rights could not be diluted by legislation, Stevens added that the final report on what happened at Sandy Hook would not be completed until the summer, and that full facts were not even known.

This video is just three minutes long but Mr Stevens manages to cover quite a lot of ground in that short time!

An addition - at the same hearing there was also the below testimony from Hensen Ong -- also making many valuable points.

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