Warnings v. Controls

People knew the shooter in Annapolis was a danger to the newspaper.  Employees were warned.  Police investigated his on-line comments, and determined he is not a threat.  Employees were told to call 911 if they saw him.

Five years later, he kills 5 people with a shotgun.

“Newspaper Warned About Shooter,” The Wall Street Journal, June 30, 2018 A3.

Maybe that’s why the police got there in under a minute.

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