Professor Warns Coloradans: “We Need To Be Armed”

posted on June 16, 2015

Is there a serial killer on the loose in northern Colorado? Police are speculating that three unsolved murders over the last two months may be related. Don Lindley, a professor at Regis University in Denver, who holds a doctorate in criminology and has studied a number of serial killers, said these “types of people usually don’t stop.” And he warned Coloradans: “We need to be armed.”

With his opinion being that the attacker is seizing upon crimes of opportunity and will continue until he or she is caught, Lindley offered up some solid advice. “If you look around and see all of these gun stores teaching firearms training, there is a reason for that,” said the professor, who also has police and military experience. “Law enforcement does a hell of a job, but they can’t protect everyone.”

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