Ontario, Canada homeowner Ian Thomson’s property was firebombed, and he used a firearm to protect his life and home. But his real troubles started later.
“I knew as son as I used a firearm to protect my life, charges would be laid,” said Thompson. “That’s the typical process that goes on in this country.”
“The crown seemed to have an agenda to make an example of me — that would put the fear in every firearms owner in Canada that you are not allowed to defend your life.”
Byline host Brian Lilley, of Canada’s SUN News, commented on Thompson’s story in light of the recent rush to legislate violence out of existence in the United States.
“We are at a state in Canada where they don’t want you to use firearms for anything — ever. That’s the push, and as we look at what’s happening in the United States, that’s where they’re headed.”
“So as a warning to my American friends — registration leads to confiscation. If you don’t believe me, just look at what’s happened here.”
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