If it were me–a responsible 22 year old woman–I sure wouldn’t want to be found in harms way without a way to defend myself, no matter what the location.
Two people–a faculty member and an additional victim (likely a student)–were violently murdered at Casper College in Wyoming this morning. The college spokesman, Rich Fujita, told reporters that a crossbow and another similar weapon were used in the attacks.
Wyoming state gun laws leave it to the discretion of college administrators to determine whether or not college students are permitted to conceal carry on campus. The law reads:
“Wyoming Statute 6-8-104 (t) “No permit issued pursuant to this section or any permit issued from any other state shall authorize any person to carry a concealed firearm into- Any college or university facility without the written consent of the security service of the college or university”
Also prohibited 6-8-104(vi) Any school, college or professional athletic event not related to firearms.”
Below is a response to a students request (name withheld) to carry a firearm…