Should the owner of the gun store be responsible for any of that? Yes, indeed.Police last week seized 485 guns and $107,000 in cash from Williams' home.
Investigators also found gun accessories in two storage units Williams used. Prosecutors say he had $200,000 stashed in several bank accounts.
Hilton estimated that Williams took more than $300,000 in guns and gun accessories and $1 million or more in cash.
How else can we expect gun shop owners to be properly careful about whom they hire? Some of them obviously are not sufficiently motivated by the potential losses, they need to be constrained by law to be more diligent.
It's the same with the home owner who leaves unsecured weapons around the house and then shrugs his shoulders when they're stolen, saying "It wasn't my fault."
(cross posted at Mikeb302000)
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