After Maj. Weirick sent a sharply worded email to one potential witness, the Corps stripped him of his legal duties, ordered him to turn in his licensed fire arms, and had him undergo a mental health evaluation, which he passed. Gen. Amos‘ civilian legal adviser defended the action by comparing Maj. Weirick to the Washington Navy Yard shooter.

Remember the prog's plan to move gun-control from legal to behavior and mental health.