Cops Fear Violence Against Flash Mobs

“Now we have this mentality, ‘I’m not going to retreat. I’m not going to call 9-1-1. I’m going to be a vigilante and take care of the problem myself.'” Upper Darby police Captain George Rhoades.

Cops Fear Violence Against Flash Mobs:

As police in Upper Darby, Pa., search for more young people involved in last week’s flash mob, more adults are thinking about arming themselves with guns.

People are talking about how afraid they are of being caught in the path one of these flash mobs while they’re out minding their own business, and they want to be ready.

Law enforcement officials say it’s a nightmare in the making because ordinary, private citizens are getting gun permits.

“We have people now that are fearful and carrying guns because of children. How sad is that?” Upper Darby police Captain George Rhoades said.

He said it’s all legal.

“It’s all self-defense,” Rhoades said.


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