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I am shocked that weapons are being actively pushed by Google in this way, apparently Google will do buisness with anyone.
QuoteI am shocked that weapons are being actively pushed by Google in this way, apparently Google will do buisness with anyone.Next thing you know they will be advertising them on TNS!
The picture of the first item could be considered a self-defense device for those who fear getting attacked when walking the dog. I vaguely recall seeing pepper spray - dog leash combos somewhere else. Why plastic? Good question. Cheaper to make? Lighter to carry? Legal this way? Easier to get through security?
Knuckle duster ‘a gift’Apr 3 2008 by Alex Moore, Rhondda Leader A PORTH man was found carrying a knuckle duster – and told police it was a present for his brother, a court has heard.Marc Anthony Hamblyn, who lives on Trebanog Road, was found with the weapon in his trouser pocket.This week District Judge Jill Watkins told the 28-year-old the item has to be considered an offensive weapon, whatever the reason given for possessing it, because it has “no legitimate use”.
Definition of Offensive WeaponPolice and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 Codes of Practice A22 'Offensive weapon' is defined as any article made or adapted for use for causing injury to the person, or intended by the person having it with him for such use or by someone else. There are three categories of offensive weapons: those made for causing injury to the person; those adapted for such a purpose; and those not so made or adapted, but carried with the intention of causing injury to the person.
You're right, the law doesn't sound tight at all!