The ruling by the Roberts court was unanimous, but I have to ask a question.... What constitutes domestic violence? Is someone who engages in offensive touching prone to become violent with a gun? I agree that that who commit domestic violence, or any crime that involves violence, should lose his right to own a gun, but I believe that the Supreme Court went too far in defining what constitutes the kind of domestic violence that would make someone lose his Second Amendment rights.WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that a federal law intended to keep guns away from domestic violence offenders can apply even if their crime was nothing more than "offensive touching."
The decision was a victory for gun control advocates and groups that work to protect battered spouses and children, and a defeat for gun rights organizations that argued the federal law goes too far.
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