Letter: Other countries don’t have our rights

(Lisa Marie Pane | Associated Press file photo) An AR-15 is held in Auburn, Ga., in June 2016.

In his March 27 letter to The Public Forum, Ken Roach states, “When gun ownership restrictions have been enacted in other countries, the citizens complied.”

He then asks, “Why couldn’t we do the same for ourselves and our children?”

The likely answer is that the compliant citizens of those other countries don’t have the same rights that American citizens are guaranteed under our Bill of Rights.

Fred Fairclough Jr., Salt Lake City

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