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Well, according to the article, the owner reported it October 28 as "lost," and the shooting happened November 8, so the article indicates itself that the owner complied with the law. The authorities would have to prove some type of connection to have a crime, i.e. the suspect says he bought it from the owner, and has proof, or something similar. This article is just stirring the pot, demonizing gun owners, and justifying the stupid law!

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Reading through the posts, it seems that some are just realizing the true nature of this, and all, "gun control," and "gun safety" measures. It has never been about the GUN, it is about the CONTROL! Safe storage laws, and reporting timely laws, are INTENDED to increase the legal means of attacking the evil gun owners. The anti-gunners know that if they make it difficult enough, they will reduce the number of people who are willing to jump through the hoops. Even some, here on this, a "gun" forum, are hedging, "Well 'if' he did...." NO! As an American Citizen he has, A, a Constitutional RIGHT, to own firearms, PERIOD! And B, he is presumed innocent, until proven guilty! Furthermore, C, he has a right to be "secure in (his) their persons, houses, papers, and effects," which means the Washington State government should butt out! Will this law stand up to legal scrutiny, probably not, but it will take decades for it to work it's way through the courts. The framers of the Constitution, and those who fought to create this country, would never stand for a legislative body to have passed this crap.

Sorry, rant over.

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