Archives for: March 5th, 2014

Convicted felons are prohibited from possessing firearms, and therefore cannot legally acquire them.  Those who acquire firearms for a felon are themselves subject to criminal penalties.  However, these cases are not often subject to the heightened media scrutiny and public attention placed on the case of Evan Ebel, a convicted felon and parolee who used a gun to kill Colorado’s prisons chief and a pizza delivery driver.  He also shot,