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    Default cache of weapons found in falls twp

    To err is human, to be prepared divine

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    Default Re: cache of weapons found in falls twp

    There goes a few more FAs off of the transferable list.

    I wonder how long till some of us are called mentally unstable for not thinking correctly with the state politic?

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    Red face Re: cache of weapons found in falls twp

    Oooooh... this has all the makings of a "he said/she said" sphincter-tingling episode of "Maury!"

    Ward said police initially believed the man had many more weapons than they later found in the house ó including several automatic weapons. The man once had a special federal permit to possess the guns, but the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives revoked that permit and confiscated the automatic weapons, police said.

    The man, who hasn't been charged with a crime, was taken into custody by 4 a.m. No one was injured and school began on time, officials said.
    The FAIL! seems strong with this one - I'm gonna guess multi-million dollar lawsuit and settlement, eventually...

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    Default Re: cache of weapons found in falls twp

    Thats it?! Thats a CACHE of weapons? and ammunition?
    Geez
    And he wasn't charged with a crime but they SEIZED his property?

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    Default Re: cache of weapons found in falls twp

    I read the article 3 times. I'm unsure what actually happened other than the cops stole some dudes property. What ever happened to who? what? where? when? and why?

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    Default Re: cache of weapons found in falls twp

    Gov raid & confiscation without cause. Violation of half of the Constitutional amendments.

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    Default Re: cache of weapons found in falls twp

    Here's the operative section and the "justification for the "raid and seizure"
    Pay special attention no mention of full-auto weapons.

    Falls police said they confiscated several semi-automatic weapons, 20,000 rounds of ammunition and possible bomb-making materials from a house near Pennsbury High School early Wednesday after the home's owner was involuntarily committed for a mental health evaluation
    The next question is what happens if (or whne) his mental evaluation is completed and he's found competent. Do the Police just give his property back or does he have to go through a court action to get them.

    And when are charges filed against the "girl-friend" for making a false police report?

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    Default Re: cache of weapons found in falls twp

    Quote Originally Posted by ByblosHex View Post
    Gov raid & confiscation without cause. Violation of half of the Constitutional amendments.
    Constitution? What Constitution? Agents of the state don't need to obey a pesky Constitution anymore. I mean really! It is such an inconvenience, they just can't be bothered.

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    Default Re: cache of weapons found in falls twp

    I'm wondering how many SHTF people have just as much if not more ammo and guns then this guy had. Just because somebody is "prepared" does not make them a potential terrorist as many Libs like to believe. Plus itís an investment to buy ammo in bulk, wait for the price to go up, and then resale.

    The good news is that if this man is legally allowed to own the guns, then he should get them back. The bad news is that many police departments destroy ammo, and 20000 rounds of ammo can be rather expensive.
    I would rather die in a shootout than get assassinated in a "gun free zone"

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    Default Re: cache of weapons found in falls twp

    Shit. If my firearms ever got confiscated I would.... buy more & more & more. :P

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