Norway Putting Good Guys With Guns In Oslo Airport

posted on April 11, 2017

When the chips are down and the attacks come, more and more people begin realizing how right NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre was when he said the best way to stop evildoers is with “a good guy with a gun.”

According to a report at Fox News, following a devastating truck attack last Friday in Sweden’s capital, police at Norway’s Oslo airport have been ordered to begin carrying weapons. Norway police officers typically don’t carry firearms when on patrol, but the Stockholm attack last week has changed that.

A 39-year-old Uzbekistan man has been arrested in the attack and is being held on suspicion of "terrorist crimes through murder." According to Swedish police, five other people are being held in connection with the attack and 500 have been questioned.

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