Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Kent State graduate's photos with AR-10 and cap go viral

Kent State graduate's photos with AR-10 and cap go viral

"If guests can arm themselves and protect themselves, I should be able to as well", Bennett said on "Fox & Friends".

Those students were killed when guardsmen fired during a mass protest at the school's campus against the USA bombing of Cambodia.

"I have no apologies for my graduation photos", Bennett wrote in a follow-up tweet.

But apparently, a recent college graduate from Kent State University in OH is elated about her graduation primarily because of the fact she could "finally arm herself" on the campus.

Bennett is a founder of a gun advocacy organization on campus called Liberty Hangout, which promotes peace and property rights.

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Kent State does not allow students, faculty, or staff to carry "deadly weapons", according to the university's website.

Initially, she was inspired to use her voice after the Parkland shooting, when many spoke out on gun control.

"On campus I would never carry an AR-10 for self-defense", she told The Washington Post.

Others were skeptical of her theory that it could help defend her against the National Guard and some felt because of Kent State's history, the campus was an inappropriate place for Bennett to stage her photos.

The entire ordeal has been pretty traumatic for the graduate, "I don't get it", said Bennett, "They say they're against violence, but then they say they want to kill me".

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She was with her family and her boyfriend Sunday, the day after she graduated, when the photo was taken, she said. "So I'm not nervous".

In April, a University of Tennessee at Chattanooga student named Brenna Spencer shocked many by posing for a graduation photo wearing a "Women for Trump" T-shirt and a handgun sticking out of the waistband of her white jeans.

State University was recently ranked the safest big college campus in OH and 25th safest in the country, according to the National Council for Home Safety and Security. "These officers are visible, well-trained and on duty 24/7 in support of students, staff, and faculty".

While Kaitlin seems to be very pleased with the positive response she has received for her stint, there has a strong wave of reaction against her as well. You're the biggest advocates for gun rights. She told ABC News that she wanted the photo to "show who I am as a person".

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