Expert panelists address gun control at LBJ Library
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Expert panelists and audience members talked gun control at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library at the University of Texas Monday night.
The group brain stormed on common sense solutions. Among those in the discussion was former U.S. Attorney Johnny Sutton.
"So the problem is really not guns. The problem is criminals who commit crimes with guns and kids who are so upset and depressed they want to commit suicide and kill a bunch of people on the way out,” Sutton said. “Those are problems we need to study and we need to think about, but we shouldn't have a knee jerk reaction and take away all the millions and millions of gun owners who haven't hurt anybody."
Another panelist, State Rep. Eddie Rodriguez, said President Obama's proposal for a 10-round limit on gun magazines is a reasonable step.