Amy Bishop’s prick is her husband, of course, James Anderson, who lies and lies and lies.
He initially told investigators the family didn’t own a gun, though his wife had a borrowed one in the house.
“Get rid of it,” he recalled telling her. “I didn’t want to have it. I didn’t feel we needed it.”
During Bishop’s first hearing today, a police investigator reported that
[T]he gun used in the shooting, found in a bathroom trash can on a floor below, was purchased in 1989 for [Bishop’s] husband, James Anderson, through a man in New Hampshire identified as Donald Proulx.
Gray said Proulx told federal agents Anderson, who was living in Massachusetts, asked him to buy the gun because Anderson was having problems with a neighbor and New Hampshire didn’t have a waiting period for gun purchases.