Folks around Killam also seem pretty gun-neutral if not friendly.
Then there's this story.
The trickle of details seems to mirror the trickle of breaks the police are getting in terms of getting to the bottom of whatever it is they've gotten themselves into. I can't shake the sense the police tried to take on someone with really strong feelings towards uncontrolled and unrestrained gun ownership. You were just asking how many deaths might be associated with the demise of the LGR, perhaps Brad Clarke's feelings towards the state taking his guns away were emboldened by just that very thing and now he's dead.
What appears to be a strained relationship between police and Albertan's in general is at odds with the respect for law and order you'd normally associate with such a conservative place. Gun ownership might be another growing sore point.
I think you’re blurring the lines here. Yes, us Conservative folk tend to be gun friendly and respectful of law enforcement, but we also tend to favour self reliance and other Libertarian ethos……..
As for this case, you’re simply speculating, you nor I know all the facts…….speculation leads to assumptions, assumptions lead to prejudice etc………This is not an Alberta or Conservative thing.