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USA: "Justice Dept. Plans to Step Up Gun-Crime Prosecutions"

Discussion in 'Legal' started by cuchulainn, May 14, 2003.

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  1. cuchulainn

    cuchulainn Member

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    Well, at least AGS is properly identified as a "gun control group" not a "gun safety group"

    from the New York Times

    http://www.nytimes.com/2003/05/14/p...00&en=d62dcf1b45d9ebed&ei=5062&partner=GOOGLE
     
  2. HBK

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    The whole gun distribution network...that sounds ominous. And here I thought that was what all those laws were for...:banghead:
     
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    heres a great way to reduce unprosecuted gun crime... abolish the laws making buying and selling firearms between consenting adults (and responcible children) a crime. Abolish the laws creating criminals out of thousands of americans whose barrels are 1" too short, have flash suppressors, and pistol grips.

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    Can't stop people doin' their second amendment thing by harassment at the point of purchase. Can't drive manufacturers out of business with lawsuits. Can't demonize those who own guns. Can't stop states from implementng CCH laws. So what's a fascist state to do? Why, start attacking the distribution network. That way you can pinch off sales from US and foreign manufacturers. Benefit here is all the laws are in place to legally extort small mom and pop operations.

    Besides, the federales better find something to do with those 700+ DA's approved during Clinton's reign.
     
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