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This is How the DHS Seizes Your Guns

Charleston Voice is a poster here on the Daily Paul, so probably he should be posting this. This article is on his web site. But I think it's important enough that more people should see it.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently raided one of our readers: a kitchen table FFL dealer who does everything—everything—by the book. He has, however, consistently criticized the ATF for its unconstitutional regulations and long history of extra-legal activities. This is his story.

Update to follow, after he consults with his lawyer . . .

First of all, forget about them coming to the door. They’ll intercept you on your way home from the Doctor’s office (for example), then one vehicle will come up behind you and two will block your way in front and turn on the flashing lights. They then jump out with ‘real’ assault rifles, point them at you and order your hands up, and exit the vehicle. You, being a law abiding citizen, comply. At gunpoint, they order you to assume the position against your car, handcuffs you and frisk you, and you’re directed to get into the back seat. Then the lead agent gets into the driver seat and drives your car to your driveway. You sit there with cuffed hands behind you – bleeding.

Full article here: http://chasvoice.blogspot.com/2013/02/this-is-how-dhs-seizes...

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those morons cant seize your guns if..

you do not register them. Buy them off friends family or even off the streets. That is the only way you will be left alone. if your intention is to protect your home from invaders then you should have no worries about buying guns off the streets. also if this is your intention i am pretty sure safety will be priority.

hope this helps.

Keep in mind that the victim

Keep in mind that the victim here did not merely own guns, with an FFL (federal firearms license) I'd say that he probably had a business buying and selling guns. It's a lot harder to keep that activity away from the prying eyes of government.

Sue

the lead investigator separately from the department. They are not completely immune from prosecution for acting in an official capacity. Matter of fact, if he lied about what was on the warrant, he wasn't acting in any official capacity.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

Bump.

Bump.

or...via your 'friendly' neighborhood snitch, for $500

if you live in Chairman Cuomo land:

http://www.dailypaul.com/279019/how-confiscation-occurs-cuom...

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

LOL! Nice.

Chairman Cuo-Mao !

What would the Founders do?