October 22, 2023

Cops Name Suspect In Murder Of Maryland Judge

There's something you should know about Washington County Circuit Court Associate Judge Andrew Wilkinson...

He's dead.

Despite living in one of the most heavily gun-controlled areas in America, Wilkinson was recently shot and killed near his home in Maryland.

Sheriff Brian K. Albert said that "the victim was suffering from what appeared to be gunshot wounds. He was transported to Meritus Medical Center, where he later succumbed to his injuries."

He shouldn't have died, but America has a mental illness problem. Liberals keep trying to claim that they didn't create it, preferring to blame all of these things on lax gun control instead of mental illness.

But their strict gun control laws didn't work here, and they won't work elsewhere.

Just ask Judge Wilkinson's family if heavy gun control laws work if you really want to know the truth.

Authorities think that they have a pretty good idea about what was behind the murder.

The top minds on the case think that the Maryland judge may have been targeted because he had recently presided over a messy custody battle as part of his job.

Police say that Pedro Argote, 49, is their primary suspect in the murder and should be considered armed and dangerous.

Wilkinson had recently been the judge during Argote's custody battle.

Obviously, Argote did not win the fight.

Instead, Wilkinson awarded custody to the mother of the children.

Argote clearly did not agree with the ruling and took drastic measures.

Breitbart reports that Wilkinson was murdered despite Maryland having "an 'assault weapons' ban, a 'high capacity' magazine ban, universal background checks, a red flag law, 'ghost gun' regulations, a permit-to-purchase for handguns, and other controls that Democrats at the federal level want for the entire nation."

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