If Your Gun Is Used In Commission Of A Murder...
....and you have not reported it lost or stolen, I think you should be charged with a crime yourself.
I was thinking about this today because I am listening to the news, and there is a Toms River, NJ man who is being charged with six counts of child endangerment because his gun was left where a child could get it and that child killed another child.
The strongest thing they can come up with is child endangerment? A gun is a right but that right comes with responsibilities. There are ways to keep your guns inaccessible to someone besides you, so that only you can get hold of and use it.
I'm thinking of a new category, maybe something like an involuntary manslaughter, special circumstances, for someone who's gun is used in the commission of a murder, if that gun has not already been reported to the police as lost or stolen.
How do you all feel about this?