A federal court found Chad Wayne Kaspereit guilty of two counts of lying on form 4473. He lied twice on Form 4473 by falsely claiming he was not under a victim protective order. :Kaspereit, 34, of Duncan, received the conviction by a jury for possession of firearms while the subject of a victim protective order — a document issued by a court after a victim is abused, stalked or harassed ordering the pursuer to stop doing so or be punished — and for falsely filling out a federal form to purchase firearms, according to the United States Department of Justice. The charges stem from an investigation by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in conjunction with the Cleveland County District Attorney’s Office and the Oklahoma City Police Department. Assistant U.S. Attorneys K. McKenzie Anderson and Jacquelyn M. Hutzell prosecuted the case as part of Project Safe Neighborhoods, a program focusing on violent crime reduction efforts through the Department of Justice. “This office aggressively enforces the federal prohibition against possessing a firearm while under an active victim protection order,” said First Assistant U.S. Attorney Troester. “This case and others like it will protect victims from further abuse and protect law enforcement officers who respond to domestic calls. I want to thank the Oklahoma City Police Department, ATF, the Cleveland County District Attorney’s Office, and especially the prosecutors in my office for working together to seek justice in this important case.”" https://www.duncanbanner.com/news/j...cle_1d177d54-78e6-11e9-b73b-ffcb71bf858a.html Good on the federal prosecutor.