The whole point of the resurrected HB 88 is to keep firearms out of the hands of the mentally unstable and potentially violent, right?
So I'm just wondering if, in the brave new world where the Delaware State Police, New Castle County Police, and Wilmington Police each establish their Pre-Crimes Unit ala the world of Minority Report, who gets the job of going to David Grimaldi's house to take away his guns?
David Grimaldi, need I say more? Guy never does anything wrong, trouble just seems to follow him. Mindin’ his own business at Luigi Vitrone’s Pastabilities, when this Arcaro guy picks a fight with him. Apparently over the ‘N’ word or something. County cops show up b/c Grimaldi calls them. City gets left out. We’re told by the County that this is not unusual, at least when it involves Grimaldi. Turns out that Grimaldi had been ‘accosted’ at least one previous time while minding his business. And then there was that little incident at the Hockessin PAL. Oh, almost forgot, Grimaldi demanded that an 84-year-old volunteer be ousted from her volunteer position at Rockwood b/c she wouldn’t let him and his ‘escort’ to visit the upstairs quarters unattended. Never mind that nobody was permitted to do this, Grimaldi is a somebody. According to Grimaldi, the 84-year-old volunteer is a nobody. Enquiring minds want to know…is Grimaldi’s escort a somebody, or related to asomebody? A bigwig in County government perhaps? Dave? Tom? Somebody? Nancy, any insight into this?The answer is pretty simple: nobody will. Because David Grimaldi is somebody in Delaware, and the laws in Delaware rarely actually apply to anyone who is somebody.