San Francisco filmmaker Rejina Sincic, with Sleeper 13 Productions, recently published a three-minute clip that she calls a “public service announcement” that is anything but. It asks that kids sneak into their parents’ bedroom, steal their guns and give them to their teachers.
The video was posted on Sleeper 13’s Facebook page and received hundreds of comments — few of them good. Here’s a sampling:
Jerry Harlan: Weapons theft, unlawful possession of a weapon by a minor, illegal concealed carry of a weapon, carrying a weapon onto school property, assault, and brandishing.
Paul Carrier: You do understand that by producing this video you become an accessory to the crimes you are encouraging?
Fred Rick Friedman: So, when a child does this and accidentally kills himself or an innocent bystander, will Sleeper 13 Productions and Ragina Sincic be brought up on charges as an accessory? This has got to be one of the dumbest PSA’s put out by anti-gunners ever. Way to combat criminal violence…turn innocent children into felons.
George Rice I honestly think Production 13 should be held legally liable due to the message they are sending with this video….
What’s worse, rather than taking the comments to heart, recognizing her error and correcting it, Sincic was apparently amused by viewers’ remarks. Here’s her tweet and the video, via Sleeper 13. Check it out and tell us what you think.
— Rejina Sincic (@QueenSincic) December 21, 2014
(h/t: Bearing Arms)