More guns, less crime – Panama follows U.S. lead

“According to the PanAm Post, ‘Public Safety Minister Rodolfo Aguilera said the country will follow in the footsteps of the United States and Switzerland, where the right to bear arms is believed to lead to fewer homicides.’

‘Everything seems to indicate that there is no direct correlation in the aphorism that says more guns mean more crime,’ said Mr. Aguilera, who cited the 20-year decline in the homicide rate in the U.S. as gun laws have simultaneously been relaxed.”

(Via.) The Orange County Register

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