This occurred at the Rainbow Library, the center of the lawsuit against the Las Vegas Clark County Library District for illegally banning open carry.
The robber attacked a man in broad daylight outside the library. The suspect grabbed the victim's arm and tried to pull the victim from the vehicle. The victim then deployed pepper spray and the suspect ran away with the victim's keys. The suspect then, 20 minutes later, attacked a woman before he was apprehended by police.
Under the legislation proposed by a library trustee and assemblywoman, if the library got its way, it would be illegal to even have a gun in the parking lot.
There are no "gun free" zones, just places where law abiding citizens looking out for their own self-defense can be arrested by police for exercising their Second Amendment rights.
If you had to shoot someone in a situation like this, would you have legal protection, or would you be paying for a lawyer out of pocket? Do you have the kind of cash to hire legal representation or someone to defend you? The USCCA provides protection for self-defense with any weapon, including pepper spray. Join the USCCA today.