After successful gun buyback in Trenton, are more in store?

    WHYY’s Phil Gregory will be reporting later this afternoon on the anonymous, no-questions-asked gun buyback program in Trenton, N.J., last weekend that netted 2,500 weapons. He’s asking if N.J. Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa is planning any more buybacks in the state after this and an earlier successful campaign in Camden that saw 1,137 weapons turned in.

    Check NewsWorks later for the story.

    Incidentally, take a look at the picture from last weekend in Trenton. Does one of these things seem … not like the others? (That’s a shoulder-fired rocket launcher on the right-hand side.) How would you caption this image?

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