Pa. Law: Non-Felons Can Buy Body Armor

Pa. Law: Non-Felons Can Buy Body Armor

There are 10 comments on the Kdka.com story from Apr 9, 2009, titled Pa. Law: Non-Felons Can Buy Body Armor. In it, Kdka.com reports that:

Apr 8, 2009 8:11 pm US/Eastern Reporting Jon Delano In Pennsylvania, whether the possession of body armor is legal depends on your background and what you intend to do with it, says KDKA's Political Editor Jon Delano, who is also an attorney.

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rrr

Salem, NH

#1 May 3, 2009
Any non felon should be able to own body armor. Self protection should not be for only police officers.

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#2 May 4, 2009
If self-protection is the issue here, then felons should be allowed to own body armor as well.
Krakus

United States

#3 May 4, 2009
Freddy Pickle wrote:
If self-protection is the issue here, then felons should be allowed to own body armor as well.
Felons lose rights in many states, including the right to vote. If you're convicted of a gun crime, I can understand prohibiting the ownership of body armor.

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#4 May 4, 2009
Guns aren't meant for self defense, they're meant to hurt people. Body armor, however, is meant to defend the body from harm. While I agree with you that felons shouldn't be allowed to own body armor, I'm trying to point out the hypocrisy here that if its "self-protection" we're clamoring about, and if cops shouldn't be the only folks to be able to possess it, then felons shouldn't either.

“The Dirty "O”

Since: Mar 09

United States

#5 May 4, 2009
A Teflon coated , or cop killer bullet will defeat most vests, as tests prove.
Krakus

United States

#6 May 4, 2009
Freddy Pickle wrote:
Guns aren't meant for self defense, they're meant to hurt people. Body armor, however, is meant to defend the body from harm. While I agree with you that felons shouldn't be allowed to own body armor, I'm trying to point out the hypocrisy here that if its "self-protection" we're clamoring about, and if cops shouldn't be the only folks to be able to possess it, then felons shouldn't either.
Huh!? Most definitely, felons shouldn't be the only folks to be able to possess it, as you state above. Hell, they should be the last!

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#7 May 5, 2009
If non-felons need to be protected by unruly cops, then felons need that protection even more.
str8-shooter

Reynoldsburg, OH

#8 May 5, 2009
I know 8 convicted felons that own body armor in Pennsylvania. All of them live in Venango County.
I know people that lie

Philadelphia, PA

#10 Jun 14, 2010
str8-shooter wrote:
I know 8 convicted felons that own body armor in Pennsylvania. All of them live in Venango County.
Liar.
RonnyBoy

Center Valley, PA

#13 Jul 30, 2012
Complete Crap. Your Stereotyping all Felons as if they are all Murderers. many People with felonies have Non-Violent offenses and most made MISTAKES when the were young and Immature and for Life get Branded as Horrible people. While Majority of you Self Rightous Do gooders are Worse on a daily bases and just havent been Caught.. as far as Body Armor Goes Anybody Should be Allowed to Have it... Most People that are going to Strap some on and "shoot up" someplace werent Felons to Begin with..

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