``To raffle off a gun used, more often than not, to kill innocent people, and particularly law-enforcement officers, is pretty misguided,'' he said. ``To raise money for a memorial is wonderful, but you'd hate to see an officer's name go up on that memorial because they're killed by an AR-15 or a similar weapon.''
That's highly unlikely, said Det. Karzin.
``Only one officer in the last 44 years has been killed by a weapon of this sort in the state of Illinois,'' he said.
Got a better one. "You want to end up like California?"