Would you buy a safe that an unwanted person can open? In this case, the FBI.
The Liberty Safe company is facing harsh criticism from freedom advocates in the United States, especially when it comes to freedom of access to firearms.
This is because the company publicly admitted to voluntarily giving the FBI the code to a safe. The safe belonged to Nathan Hughes, 34, who was accused of participating in events on January 6th at the Capitol.
Gun owners have been expressing their views on social media, stating that the primary reason for buying a safe is to prevent anyone from accessing what’s inside, while Liberty safes always seem to have a backdoor.
Check out the company’s post on X on September 5th.
And you? What do you think? Liberty Safe was right giving the FBI the code or should the company protect his customer?