Americans are increasingly allowed to carry firearms in large parts of the United States.
This trend was evident in Wisconsin last week, where Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty of two counts each of murder.
Armed civilians patrolled nearby the courthouse with guns in their sights.
In Georgia, testimony from Ahmaud Arbery’s murderers revealed that armed patrols were the norm in the area where the 25 year-old black man was pursued by three white men, and then shot.
If the U.S. Supreme Court decides to overturn a New York law, the ban on guns being carried in public places could be repealed.