As Louisville grieves, why is the Kentucky State Police auctioning guns?
The doom loop of American gun culture, in one state's incomprehensible policy
As we grieve another shooting, this one in Louisville, it's worth noting that the State of Kentucky has a policy of auctioning off confiscated guns — guns that have been shown to resurface, post-auction, in additional crimes — and then using that blood money to buy their police officers more body armor and other equipment to protect them from the guns t…
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