Manhattan DA Rips Conceal and Carry Laws After Officer’s Shooting Death

Manhattan DA Rips Conceal and Carry Laws After Officer’s Shooting Death – The Manhattan District Attorney spoke out against a proposal that would require New York to adopt conceal and carry laws — invoking the name of Officer Peter Figoski who died at the hands of an illegal gun this week.  Speaking at a City Council hearing on Thursday, Cy Vance, the district attorney, said honoring the proposal would permit gun-toting criminals from other states to “stroll through Times Square,” and kill dozens.