Given that the culprit's first move was to violate legal prohibitions against murder (which in Virginia can result in capital punishment) by killing an armed agent of the state on a campus which specifically bans firearm possession by anyone except law enforcement and university security employees, I'm at a loss to understand why you think this reflects on firearm ownership by private citizens.
Where does that leave the university’s gun ban? It’s fine, Cuccinelli reasons, as long as it doesn’t conflict with any actual law.
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