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Department of Homeland Security Targets Gun Collector (video in link)

KRQE in Albuquerque, New Mexico, reports that the Department of Homeland Security – the federal agency initially established to protect the United States from terrorists and respond to natural disasters – has used its ICE division to bust a gun collector.

Federal Homeland Security Investigation agents raided the home of Robert Adams on Thursday and seized 548 handguns and 317 rifles from the collector. They also raided his business and took an additional 599 handguns.

KRQE reports that Adams did not violate any laws and was not charged with any crimes. It said the DHS, however, is not finished with Adams and he may be charged with gun smuggling, tax evasion and violating importation laws.

The government spent yeas surveilling the gun collector and argues that his weapons are “not properly marked possibly to make the guns more valuable and to avoid paying high import taxes.”
KRQE reports the federal government is concerned “that no markings on the guns and missing documents mean the guns are not traceable by law enforcement.”

New Mexico does not regulate or specifically restrict the possession of firearms. Owners are not required to register or license firearms with the state.

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Thank Goodness for His County Sheriff

......NOT!

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Which is more dangerous to the government, one man with

a thousand guns or a thousand men with one gun each? How is someone with a thousand guns any more of a threat to the federal government than someone who just has one or two? He can't shoot all 1,000 at once; hell, he would be exhausted if he carried around even three or four plus the ammo to shoot them.

Is Homeland Security insane? Well, yes, clearly they are.

"Bend over and grab your ankles" should be etched in stone at the entrance to every government building and every government office.