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Student Group Demands Concealed Carry Rights on College Campuses

April 15, 2008  | 

Michael Flitcraft, a 23-year-old sophomore at the University of Cincinnati, has become a leading advocate for college students to carry weapons on campus. He's an organizer for Students for Concealed Carry on Campus, a grass-roots organization that was formed after last year's Virginia Tech massacre that left 32 college students and professors dead.

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ROB ROY @ 4/18/2008 11:29 PM

Police chiet ferrara is a complete idiot you can't prevent one lone gunman from going into any college and start killing people because he know's every one is defensless because of morans like him. All gun control doe's is make victim's.

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