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    Sheriff deputy beats man after deputies son steals and sells his fathers gun

    I posted this earlier, but I can't access the post. Here is part of the federal court 1983 complaint. The man who was beat was awarded 6.2 million for the beating which occured under color of law. This is about guns. It is about stolen guns. It is about a man getting beat with a gun. It is about the fourth amendment right to be safe in one's home. It is about the right the call the real police for help. It is about civil rights.



    http://thetimestribune.com/local/x60...red-Corbin-man

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    This story is from Corbin KY, btw...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamer View Post
    This story is from Corbin KY, btw...
    This is in Whitley County where the sheriff has been indicted for 21 felony counts. Including seizing handguns and using them personally. I wonder if the pistol Ramey was "recovering" was one of those seized...

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    Notwithstanding the poor conduct of the Perrys, if the firearm was stolen by Junior, why is the court calling it a 'lawful purchase.' Selling stolen items is a crime. Buying stolen items is a crime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paramedic70002 View Post
    Notwithstanding the poor conduct of the Perrys, if the firearm was stolen by Junior, why is the court calling it a 'lawful purchase.' Selling stolen items is a crime. Buying stolen items is a crime.
    I think they meant the purchaser bought it lawfully.
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

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    of their respect for what only appears to be a law, are cunningly coerced into waiving their
    rights, due to ignorance." (Paraphrased)

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    I can't say what I want to say...because bashing cops is against the forum rules. But I will say this.... Welcome to America, the 4th largest police state in the world. STILL THINK YOU ARE ALL FREE IN THE USA ? Someday the sheeple will wake up & do something about big brother.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paramedic70002 View Post
    Notwithstanding the poor conduct of the Perrys, if the firearm was stolen by Junior, why is the court calling it a 'lawful purchase.' Selling stolen items is a crime. Buying stolen items is a crime.
    It's only a crime if you have reason to believe the gun was stolen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack House View Post
    It's only a crime if you have reason to believe the gun was stolen.
    Precisely. I was once contacted by a store to whom I traded a Colt Official Police when I was stationed at Ft. Knox. Turns out it was stolen and the BATF wanted to know where I'd gotten it. I told the gunstore that I'd bought it on on a 4473 from another gunstore up the road.

    I bought a stolen gun... from a gunstore. No crime on my part at all.

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