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Discussion in 'Legal' started by alan, Apr 11, 2006.

  1. alan

    alan Well-Known Member

    JPFO ALERT: New "Talkin' to America" Interview and More!

    Our most recent "Talkin' to America" interview is up at
    www.jpfo.org/talkamerica.htm . As always, it is in
    downloadable MP3 format along with a transcript of the
    interview. This week we interview Jerry Hughes -- host of
    Accent Radio's daily program "Straight Talk" -- about the

    Speaking of the BATFE, those who listened to the March 28
    Congressional Hearings
    (http://www.jpfo.org/batfehearings.htm ) may recall BATFE
    Deputy Assistant Director Audrey Stucko's repeated glib
    statements that the BATFE's primary goal was to ensure
    "voluntary compliance" of federal firearms licensees. One
    wonders precisely how "voluntary" that compliance is when
    one risks financial ruin, jail, or death in a BATFE raid as
    a result of their interpretation of "non-compliance."

    This same Audrey Stucko recently signed off on a very
    interesting piece of BATFE correspondence to gun maker Len
    Savage. The BATFE recently returned a firearm to Len _after
    having purposefully obliterated the serial number on the
    firearm!_ In response to Len's inquiry about what would be
    a felony for you or I, the BATFE stated that the federal
    government is exempt from its own laws!

    Read it for yourself at www.jpfo.org/batfe1letter.jpg (part
    1) and www.jpfo.org/batfe2letter.jpg (part 2)... and don't
    miss the last paragraph in which Len is admonished for
    bothering the BATFE with "too many" phone calls, emails and
    faxes. Apparently you must "voluntarily comply (or else)"
    _without_ inconveniencing the agents! For more on the
    BATFE (and Len Savage's role in our "Boot the BATFE"
    campaign), visit www.jpfo.org/bootbatfe.htm .

    Finally, in response to our Shotgun News column "Taxes and
    Gun Rights - What Gun Owners Must Know," (
    http://www.jpfo.org/cs200604.pdf ) supporter RM sent the
    following link on the Constitutionality of taxing firearms
    and ammunition: http://firearmsandliberty.com/als.v1.html#4
    . Take a look -- it's very thought-provoking!

    - The Liberty Crew

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