Mitzi Johanknecht is sworn in as the King County sheriff. (Hanna Scott/KIRO Radio)
Thanks to poorly written and researched so-called “police accountability” laws, the King County Sheriff’s Office has pulled several of its non-lethal tools. It’s not the only agency to make this move.
HB 1054, the brainchild of police critic State Rep. Jesse Johnson (D-Federal Way), bans the use of “military equipment.” But like too many anti-gun lawmakers, they do not understand what military equipment actually means. Indeed, law enforcement agencies do not use military weapons — unless you redefine the term. The bill did just that,
The bill defines military equipment
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