Last winter, I wrote about a woman whose car was bombarded by snowballs in a school parking lot. Infuriated, she chased her attackers off with a tire iron. And when one kid, impatient that her car was blocking his Lincon from leaving the lot, stuck his head in her car window, got pepper-sprayed.
Well, the mother in question has had her day in court, and a jury of her peers found her not guilty of all charges — including a charge of carrying a firearm — pepper spray — without proper registration.
(Are you still around, littleboy? See, the Boston Globe even says pepper spray is considered a “firearm” under Massachusetts law.)
The say that even a blind pig finds a truffel now and then, and sometimes Massachusetts gets something right. I think yesterday might be a date worth noting.