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Navy Vet - No Criminal Record Disarmed by Officials in Connecticut

David A. Schmecker, a 50 year-old, honorably discharged Navy veteran with no criminal past and no previous history of any mental disorder, had his gun permit revoked and his guns forcefully confiscated by police without true cause or reasonable justification.

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It's very frustrating

that when I post stuff like this: The EFFECT of not knowing the law... it gets lots of votes. Then when I post educational law posts they barely manage to break two digits.

Aren't you all sick of watching the train wreck? If so can you go back through my other LAW posts... the ones trying to teach people how to PREVENT stuff like this from happening... and bump them up?

How is gravitating to bad news like this any different than watching fox news?

All recruiters should have to

inform all recruits that this is what the government can do to them once they have signed on. To all vet's...stay the hell away from the VA, nothing is free, other than the authorities license to remove any Constitutional rights from it's subjects.

There are no politicians or bankers in foxholes.

This is obscene

A wellness check for mental health is bizarre. They billed him!

Bump for awareness