The Second Amendment guarantees your right to keep your handgun with you at all times to protect yourself. Just ask retired Tampa police captain Curtis Reeves:
A retired police officer who gunned down a married father who threw popcorn at him will use Florida’s “stand your ground” law as his defense when he goes on trial for murder.
The lawyer for Curtis Reeves confirmed that the retired Tampa police captain would use the controversial law to claim self-defense in the fatal Jan. 13, 2014, shooting, reported the Tampa Bay Times.
The 73-year-old Reeves was charged with second-degree murder after he shot 43-year-old Chad Oulson to death because he refused to stop sending a text message to his 2-year-old daughter’s day care provider.
Wherever you may be, whatever you are doing, you need to be able to quickly and effectively counter any and all threats to your personal safety and your self respect. Don’t leave home without it. Your handgun, that is. Theaters won’t let you bring your own popcorn.