The last couple of weeks we've seen at least 3 more tragic mass shootings, 6 dead in Kalamazoo Michigan, 4 dead in Kansas and now in 5 dead in Washington state. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/five-dead-including-gunman-after-standoff-in-washington-state/ http://www.cbsnews.com/news/kalamazoo-shooting-spree-suspect-jason-dalton-an-uber-driver/ http://www.cbsnews.com/news/reports-2-killed-several-hurt-in-shooting-in-kansas/ So from what I see the next wave of attacks on our Second Amendment rights is an attack on our due process. In Oregon SB1551 was proposed to allow individuals to anonymously report someone as violent and have their guns taken away. HB 4147 is still a possibility to pass, originally written to permanently remove your ability to buy a gun if a faulty background check was delayed without cause. In any case the loss of rights come without any conviction of crime or due process of evidence based solely on accusations of anonymous persons. The idea here is to take away the guns from individuals before they go berserk. The issue is these people haven’t committed a crime.... yet. So my question is, is there a way to remove guns from violent people without compromising due process for the innocent?