To ensure that the applications are not denied unjustly, Gov. Pat Quinn has appointed a seven-member panel of federal prosecutors, FBI agents and judges to review objections raised by law enforcement.
The board has 30 days to review the rejected applications.
Judges, prosecurtors, and federal cops – the very people who loathe the rights guaranteed by the Second Amendment. That should provide a fair and unbiased review process.
That’s like appointing the officers of the local Ku Klux Klan to review black voting applications.