OHIO Officer Of The Year: this time a kidnapping, gay rape, attempted murder Psycho.
Cleveland, OHIO Police Chief And Deputy Suspended
Why would Rep editorial board want only Cantonians' (Canton, OHIO) opinions?
Your editorial “Gun group can move on now (July 29)” was a remarkable example of an effort to stifle opinion and debate, as opposed to encouraging both. Quite a trick for a newspaper.
I did not realize that only “Cantonians” are allowed to have an opinion (guaranteed by the First Amendment) about things like the Second Amendment, the Fourth Amendment and the behavior of law enforcement when interacting with the public.
Allen Schulman’s personal opinion about our concealed-carry laws is the real reason, by the way, that “Cantonians’ ” City Council president was criticized by Ohioans for Concealed Carry. It wasn’t because he was defending his city against unfair criticism — and much of it is — it was because of his unsolicited opinion about the state’s concealed-carry laws, which he clearly opposes.
I suggest that in his official capacity, he attend to how his police department interacts with his constituents, and otherwise be prepared to get criticized when he ventures his personal opinions about other Ohioans’ rights.
And I suggest that The Repository editorial board reacquaint itself with your founder’s motto printed right above this dumb editorial.
Judge warns of ‘system of subterfuge’ in police interrogations A judge’s rebuke over a police interview puts interrogation practices in the spotlight
Felony or Felony Stupid: ATF shouldn’t be Rewarded
tikkun olam reform Feinstein and racist Elijah Cummings want to reward ATF with more $$$$ instead of abolishing them permanently for their multiple felonies and murder.
Schiff wants more oversight of ATF
ATF To "Demand" Rifle-Sale Records Aug 14
ATF to Investigate Purchasers of Two or More Rifles in Five-day Period
Another Government-Sponsored ‘River of Guns’
Fast and Furious–the ATF’s program to stop American gun stores from declining to sell guns to Mexican drug cartel agents–has gained media attention. Rightfully so, since evidence mounts that this was the DOJ’s plan all along to create their mythical “river of guns” from America’s gun stores into Mexico.
But another corrupt government gun supplier deserves attention, too. Details are still emerging about cartel agents who took over the town of Columbus, New Mexico.
Blas “Woody” Gutierrez, 30, a former Columbus village trustee, pleaded guilty in federal court in Las Cruces to one count of conspiracy, three counts of making false statements in the acquisition of firearms and three counts of smuggling firearms from the United States.Gutierrez admitted he organized the conspiracy, along with Columbus’s mayor Eddie Espinoza, police chief Angelo Vega, and 12 others.
After paying the police chief for “protection,” Gutierrez bought weapons, tactical gear and body armor, and smuggled the items to the Ciudad Juarez-based La Linea drug cartel…At least some of the trips were made using village vehicles, for which Gutierrez paid the former mayor…They smuggled about 200 guns into Mexico. Gutierrez’s lawyer claims six of them were part of Fast and Furious, which leaves 194 that were Columbus government’s responsibility.
Promoting their anti-gun propaganda, Reuters wrote that three of the six were “cop killer” pistols. They’re likely referring to the gun used by Nidal Hasan to commit the Fort Hood massacre.
While it can shoot ammunition that penetrates Kevlar vests, anti-rights media always omit mentioning the civilian ban included in the same federal code that outlaws straw buyers. A police chief could buy this ammo, however, possibly making this smuggling operation deadlier than Fast and Furious.
Mexico has Draconian Gun Control, Ciudad Juárez has Over 1300 Homicides This Year Soon after Obama assumed the White House, his new Attorney General Eric Holder proclaimed that a new gun ban would help Mexico.
“Well…there are just a few gun-related changes that we would like to make, and among them would be to reinstitute the ban on the sale of assault weapons. I think that will have a positive impact in Mexico, at a minimum.”Mexico has draconian gun control. Researcher Dave Kopel notes that possession of firearms above .22 caliber is practically prohibited, though there is a second set of rules for the wealthy. Mexico also requires registration for all civilian gun owners, and federal and state governments actively discourage firearms ownership.
So how’s that working out?
The El Paso Times reports that in July, Ciudad Juárez experienced 218 homicides.
More than 1,300 people have been killed in Juárez this year, and more than 8,600 have been killed since 2008 when a war began between the Juárez and Sinaloa drug cartels.Meanwhile, here in Texas:
- Law-abiding citizens can walk into a gun store, buy a gun, and walk out with your purchase.
- Law-abiding citizens can carry concealed handguns in public.
- Concealed carry licensees are exempt from the NICS background check, because a FBI background check is part of getting their carry license.
Putting it another way, it would take El Paso criminals about 50 years to catch up to the Juárez death toll January – July 2011.
Maybe Mexico needs to ban gun control.
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