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Sheriff's officials' texts show combative view toward gun activists

Discussion in 'Activism Discussion and Planning' started by JDoe, Feb 3, 2009.

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  1. JDoe

    JDoe Well-Known Member

    Things are getting crazy out in Orange County, California

    Here's a link to the actual e-mail snapshots of their blackberry communications.


    HT to activeshooter at calguns.net

  2. Kino74

    Kino74 Well-Known Member

    Thats completely inexcusable. These people need to be reminded that they are public servants not lords over taxpayers.
  3. Geno

    Geno Well-Known Member

    In Michigan, $5.00 of public funds misused constitutes a felony:

    text messages
    depreciated value (use) of Blackberries
    misused wages
    funds misused on security to hold a mock "hearing"
    abuse of power per the S.W.A.T., etc, etc, etc).

    I cannot imagine that California is much different. Were I an interested party there, I would be tallying the amount misused, and getting a Grand Jury up. Regarding the text that, "We are locked in mortal battle. … It is ugly. We will survive however", I say to Hades with the battle; I'd give them the whole, ever-loving war over their misuse of public funds, conduct unbecoming, and abuse of power, etc, etc, etc.
    Last edited: Feb 4, 2009
  4. WardenWolf

    WardenWolf member

    California needs to be treated like what it is: a rogue state that is not upholding the laws of the US Constitution. There was a time when Federal Marshals and even the US Army were called out to ensure the laws of the land were upheld by local governments, yet California is being allowed to run unchecked.
  5. ryanl

    ryanl Well-Known Member

    Wouldnt it be nice if someone had her #. Then everyone could just text her how they feel about their behaviour.
  6. JR47

    JR47 Well-Known Member

    Perhaps the Board of Supervisors could remove the good Sheriff, and her staff from the role of monitoring the CCW permits. Many places use the Courts for CCW, with the LEO role limited to providing a wants/warrants check only.
  7. armedandsafe

    armedandsafe Well-Known Member

    Perhaps the Board of Supervisors could issue instructions for the Sheriff to submit "denied for cause" documents on each denial / revocation, listing the legal cause for such.

    A denial because the Sheriff didn't like the color of your bow tie isn't going to cut it.

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