Cop killer given gun rights back by State of North Dakota (VIDEO)

02/19/16 1:51 PM | by

Within the last five years, the State of North Dakota gave back to Marcus Schumacher his right to own a gun. Schumacher shot and killed Officer Jason Moszer last week, and had also been convicted in 1988 of shooting and killing another man.

Schumacher was convicted of a felony in 1988, which automatically meant he could not buy a gun. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives says Marcus Schumacher’s rights were restored at some point by authorities here in North Dakota and it was all because of a change in the law.

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