"I was kind of struck by the fact that this is a truly life or death case before the Supreme Court. Many times the court hears cases about due process and procedure. Those decisions don't necessarily mean people live or die based on what they decide. But large numbers of people will live or die based on what they rule. If they rule in a positive way for honest people to defend themselves, then honest people hopefully won't die." -- Ted Deeds, a spokesman for the Law Enforcement Alliance of America, commenting on the DC v. Heller case.