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Roslindale man was speeding through Roxbury with a gun and a loaded magazine, police say

Boston Police report gang-unit officers and state troopers who stopped a car for driving too fast in a school zone Thursday afternoon arrested the driver after finding a gun and a magazine loaded with ten bullets.

Police say officers and troopers stopped Sedric Jackson, 20, of Roslindale at 360 Walnut Ave. in Roxbury around 3:55 p.m. and found the gun in a backpack and the loaded magazine. Jackson was charged with unlawful possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of ammunition, police say.

Innocent, etc.

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what magazine it was. "Guns and Ammo"? "Tactical Weapons"? "American Handgunner"? "Time"?

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Is what's needed, the ones on the books already (which will be ignored by the court) are not working, a few more they can ignore should fix things.

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If they were enacted in the states where so many of our guns come from.

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And criminals ignore gun laws, how is more better?

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Anything that makes guns harder to get is a help. Yes, harder for law-abiding people too. Lots of the guns that wind up on our streets are bought legally by gun traffickers in lax-law states, or stolen from legal buyers. Reduce the number of those guns, and there will be fewer in the hands of criminals.

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