Pictured below Gail , The key Players:
Chief Constable Bernard Hogan-Howe
Lucy Cope - Mothers Against Guns
Gill Marshall-Andrews - Gun Control Network
I'm happy to inform the community that our campaigning for zero tolerance mandatory minimum sentencing laws on guns has succeeded in making our streets safe once again.
Grandmother jailed over WWII 'family heirloom' pistol
A grandmother has been jailed for five years for possessing a "family heirloom" World War II pistol.
Gail Cochrane, 53, had kept the gun for 29 years following the death of her father, who had been in the Royal Navy.
Police found the weapon, a Browning self-loading pistol, during a search of her home in Dundee while looking for her son.
She admitted illegal possession of the firearm, an offence with a minimum five-year jail term under Scots law.
Cochrane told the High Court in Edinburgh that she had never contemplated she might be committing a crime by keeping the gun or that she might need to get a licence for the weapon.
She said: "I thought it was just a war trophy."
Now let's make sure we get the minimum sentence raised to 10 years as scum like this deserve.
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