Gonzaga University Returns Guns It Stole From Students Who Protected Themselves

by Bob Livingston, PersonalLiberty.com  |  published on November 15, 2013

Gonzaga University Campus Security has returned two guns it confiscated from university students Erik Fagan and Dan McIntosh after they fended off a man trying to force his way into their off-campus apartment.

But while they have their guns back, the university’s Discipline Review Board said their return carried a condition: The guns can’t be stored at the men’s Gonzaga residence or any other property owned or operated by Gonzaga University.

We reported Wednesday about the men’s experience — which demonstrates yet again why you should never call police — after McIntosh drew his gun on a homeless man who was confronting Fagan at their apartment door. Fagan had tried to placate the man by offering him food and a blanket. When the intruder saw the gun, he fled.

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