The whole story: http://www.themonitor.com/news/apnews/article_79eb74bc-674b-11e2-9d15-001a4bcf6878.html Roy Felber, president of the Milwaukee Deputy Sheriffs’ Association, said the ad sounded like a call to vigilantism. “That doesn't sound smart,” Felber said. “That's why society has police officers.” Instead of promoting vigilantism, he said, money should be found to hire more police officers and deputies. Jeri Bonavia, executive director of Wisconsin Anti-Violence Effort, said most law enforcement officials tell her the community should work on taking guns off the street, not adding more. “What (Clarke's) talking about is this amped up version of vigilantism,” Bonavia said.