Blind man gets guns back after being acquitted of fatal shooting
Its a crazy world we live in. Where blind people can carry and shoot guns aimlessly into the air. How'd they 'sight' in their weapons? (see what I did there?)
Rogers became blind after a construction accident and said he needs his guns for protection.
"It's my constitutional right. I wasn't carrying these firearms around. I was in my house on a private road in Geneva out of the way," Rogers said.
Galluzzo said he had no choice but to return Rogers' 10mm Glock and a rifle that was used to kill James DeWitt, 34.
"I have to return property that was taken under the circumstance," Galluzzo said. "I have researched and haven't found case law to say otherwise."