I can't find the thread (I thought we'd talked about this case) on 84-year old Stephen Nichols, a Korean War veteran and former police officer who was fired from his job as a school crossing guard, and had all his guns seized under the Mass. "red flag" law. All over somebody at a coffee shop overhearing him complaining that the school's assigned "resource officer" was taking off-campus breaks and leaving the property unguarded, exposing it to the risk that anybody could come in and shoot the place up. This abuse of the "red flag law" was the topic of an article in the January 2020 issue of America's First Freedom, one of the NRA's magazines for their members. If there isn't a thread already in progress about this case, then I'll start this one.