Cam Edwards speaks with Dave Kopel, Research Director for the Independence Institute, about two recent gun control stories from Central America. First, in Venezuela, the government has held the first public debate on the proposed "Law of Firearms Control and Disarmament." Kopel says the event is most like a double-edged stunt to curb resistance to Hugo Chavez's regime. In other news, the Honduran National Commissioner for Human Rights has released a report about the Central American arms trade that is surely supplying many guns to Mexican drug cartels. Originally aired 8/15/2011.