Some of you military types might remember that command: Inspection, being the preparatory command and Arms being the command of execution. The command was used during weapons inspections and you had to go through a certain movement to make your weapon ready for inspection.
What I'm wondering is if D.A. Investigator, Mike Hislop, gave that command before the picture in the Times- Standard was taken, or, did he just quickly move into camera range to take advantage of the photo op. The photo certainly makes a compelling case for the purchase of AR-15 rifles by the District Attorney's office, doesn't it?
What exactly was Hislop was doing there? Maybe he's part of the Critical Response Team? I don't know. Perfect timing for the photo op, regardless.