After tragedy, Jews debating security issue
As Jews gather this weekend for the first Shabbat services since the mass killing at a Pittsburgh synagogue, many will be grieving and praying amid freshly fortified security: additional guards, a larger police presence, cameras and other high-tech measures.
And some -- no one can say how many -- might be carrying their own guns.
"I probably would not go into a synagogue today without a firearm," Howard Schnitz said.
The East Side resident realizes that position might not be po...