What happens when an armed security guard accidentally shoots an unarmed parent?

What legislative mechanism would NRA supporters propose to deal with the fallout when an armed security guard from a private sector security contractor shoots and kills an unarmed minority parent who was coming to the school to pick up their child because of a doctor's appointment or a death in the family? We all know that if armed security guards were placed in every school in the country this will happen eventually, and there's about a 99% chance that if it happens it'll be a white guard who has shot and killed a black parent.

Asked By: The Contentious Otter - 12/22/2012
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
if you got a gun problem, throw some more guns in there, and we should be good, and i'll still have a job (NRA stance)
Answered By: j b - 12/22/2012
Additional Answers (10)
An investigation, and when a nutzoid goes in the school and starts shooting children the armed security guard will shoot them.
Answered By: MISS BABY - 12/22/2012
Oops. You're right. Better we leave our kids defenseless in school when some other nut case goes to massacre a bunch of them.
Answered By: Uncle Pennybags - 12/22/2012
Yes it's too dangerous to have fully trained security guards with guns. That's why we need to disarm the secret service before they accidentally shoot the President.
Answered By: Joe in texas - 12/22/2012
Most gun killings have occurred accidentally.
Answered By: The Virginian - 12/22/2012
typically what will happen is the parent will receive medical aid, the guard will be investigated and possibly charged and you Tards will begin the demagoguery of the incident immediately
Answered By: Jimmy - 12/22/2012
Answered By: John W - 12/22/2012
NRA meant to say your country needs to ensure children are abused 'less' which will guarantee all gun-fearing folks zero perfect school shootings all year round! But they thought the backlash would be severe, so they choose a more bullcrap road.
Answered By: Ro - 12/22/2012
When is the last time that happened? Of course in big lib cities like Chicago they currently have to have several armed police officers stationed at the schools because the high schoolers can't read the signs that say don't bring your guns to school.
Answered By: Marxist States of Obama - 12/22/2012
They don't propose, they blame video games and music videos... More
Answered By: justagrandma - 12/22/2012
Many schools in the US have police officers assigned to them aren't they the same as armed guards... More
Answered By: arnie g - 12/23/2012
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