Blood in the Streets

There’s less of it in Washington D.C. now according to this article:

The year after the Supreme Court struck down the District of Columbia’s handgun ban and gun-lock requirements, the capital city’s murder rate plummeted 25 percent. The high court should keep that in mind today as it hears oral arguments about a Chicago handgun ban.

I though the anti-gunners said that more blood would be flowing in the streets, not less.