I am not specifically sure of his character and don't know him personally, but It seems he has in fact made choices in the past and they have consequences. And, I believe that that is important. I guess his parents or guardians were unable to teach him that early on. For me, there is no clarity that this guy is a poster child for having his rights restored.
On the flipside, the military chose to invest in this man, though. He was honorably discharged I presume, and it would seem that he has turned his life around. Aren't the hypcocritical ruling class all about rehabilitating people and NOT holding people accountable for their past actions. I guess they are afraid that he might not do something wrong and therefore not worth their time, financially, with future court appearances... Why do they "let" dangerous repeat offenders back out on the street with their revolvering doors, known drug users and others with a list of criminal activities and by default let them arm themselves, and yet this paramedic that seemingly has turned his life around, well he is unfit?