“Barber shop conversation in Wentzville about Connecticut shootings ends with shots fired at customer”
Turns out the gunman was a felon, “convicted of second-degree homicide and unlawful possession of a weapon in Middlesex County, N.J., in 1975,” who “has been involved in numerous verbal altercations with neighbors, resulting in an order of protection being issued against him.”
The upshot being, he wasn’t allowed to possess a firearm. Meaning this never happened. Because, you know, there are laws.
— Although to be fair, next time maybe we need to ban barbershops, too. Lesson learned!