Cam Edwards speaks with Dave Workman of the Seattle Gun Rights Examiner and Gun Week about the recent case of Lieutenant Harry Thomas of Indiana, a former NRA Board Member and retired police officer, who was charged for firing a warning shot at a dog that was attacking him. The prosecution's argument was that if he did not need to use lethal force, then it was not self-defense. Fortunately, he was acquitted. In other news, congressional investigations into the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) operation "Fast and Furious" have been called, though Acting BATFE Director Ken Melson is so far not cooperating. Originally aired 3/29/2011.