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Crooks and crime

Gary Crooks has done it again. In the Opinion section of the Oct. 19 Spokesman-Review, he attempts to justify that gun registration reduces gun crime with the following statement: “More than 21 million illegal sales have been stopped since the federal law was adopted 20 years ago.”

Maybe some good can come from registration. However, it’s not very obvious what good it has done. Crooks conveniently fails to mention that during that period of 20 years there have been more horrendous shootings than this country has ever seen.

Thomas Boyd

Spokane Valley

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