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Media is trying to link latest traitor with Second Amendment issues.

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Diggler, Feb 13, 2004.

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  1. Diggler

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    Looks like the media is trying to link the latest Islamic convert turncoat to the right to bear arms. Seems he wrote several letters to the editor supporting RKBA, and they think this is relevant to him allegedly attempting to supply info to al-Queda.

    Letters to the editor from Ryan Anderson

     
  2. tyme

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    Great. Just what we need.
     
  3. SodaPop

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    Can I volunteer for the firing squad?:fire:


    He sounds like the type of person that really just needed a girlfriend.
     
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    shame about the whole "spying for the enemy thing"
    those letters are well written and intelligent.

    atek3
     
  5. CleverNickname

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    If you go over to ar15.com, there's a big thread discussiing how he was a (fairly) regular poster over there.
     
  6. SodaPop

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    Great.
     
  7. Bill Hook

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    Read some of the links in the other thread about him. He tried, but I guess his desire to become an al-Qaeda death-cultist, among many other things didn't help.
     
  8. SMLE

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    He used to be a regular on a Lee Enfield forum I post on. I even maintained a web page of pictures of some of the regulars and his was one of them. I only found out he'd been arrested when I started getting calls from reporters wanting to know if it was the same guy.

    Stupid little git! I'd like to have a few minutes alone with him and a dull knife in my hand.


    :cuss: :fire: :cuss: :fire:
     
  9. Bill Hook

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    Dull knives are dangerous to the user. What you want is a razor sharp knife. ;)
     
  10. HunterGatherer

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    That's what I love about this place. All the great advice. :D :p
     
  11. SMLE

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    I know enough to cut AWAY from myself. A sharp knife would be too quick, especially for a field circumcision. :evil:
     
  12. faustulus

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    nothing i like better than the 'guilty till proven innocent' mentality. :rolleyes:

    see last quote in sig. :scrutiny:
     
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    They were talking to the guy's buddies ont he local news over hear. Apparently he was big into mil-surps particularly world war two bolt actions. They had a picture of him with a really nice looking enfield. Shame about him being a traitor to our nation though. If true, i hope they hang him.
     
  14. MicroBalrog

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    Was he already convicted?
     
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    And so it starts with our local paper.

    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2001857912_anderson14m.html
     
  16. MicroBalrog

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    I repeat, was he already convicted?
     
  17. c_yeager

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    Are you trying to make some kind of "point"?
     
  18. MicroBalrog

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    Yes, it would be immense fun if he is found not guilty.
     
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    Seems like you already knew the answer to your question.

    So, does wether he COMITTED the crime matter to you one way or the other? Or are you just interested in the verdict? OJ was found not guilty too.

    Also i feel i should point out my original post.


    Assumption of guilt?
     
  20. schadenfreude

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    Maybe he was nuts..........and was on the internet trying to lure some muslims into a meeting. When they arrived he goes bat???? insane and snuffs em. He could be innocent you never know.


    Doesn't anyone watch law and order?:uhoh:

    When's the last time they hung someone for this>
     
  21. MicroBalrog

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    Ok, what sense would it make for someone who defends freedom so eloquently to side with extremely anti-freedom people like Usama?
     
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    Perhaps his definition of "freedom" differed from what would be considered "normal"? Evil people usually dont KNOW that they are evil. Im sure the Hitlers of the world felt like they were fighting the "good fight" as well.
     
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    How do you concile RKBA with the Shariat? I mean, it's hard to punish a woman for not wearing a burka if she's carrying an MP-5, right?

    Seriously, I see your point, but it still makes little sense.
     
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    Man go check out ARFCOM's thread about this guy. It was getting so "Kill all the moslems and let allah sort em out" I thought I was over at neo-con central, freerepublic.com :barf:

    atek3
     
  25. c_yeager

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    I dont. Maybe HE does.

    I agree, in fact i think a whole lot of situations in the middle east would solve themselves if the right people we allowed to arm themselves.

    I dont think we will ever fully understand what is going on in his head. Maybe he was arguing points on the RKBA purely for academic (rather than ideological) reasons. Maybe he changed his mind. And maybe he has a twisted view of reality in which he can justify his two apparently contradictory (to us at least) beliefs.
     
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