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Highway patrol gave feds Missouri's database of concealed weapon permits

Highway patrol gave feds Missouri's database of concealed weapon permits

List was sent out two times.

By Rudi Keller
The Columbia Daily Tribune
Thursday, April 11, 2013 at 2:00 pm

JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri's database of concealed weapon permits was twice given to federal authorities investigating Social Security disability fraud in a move that has enraged lawmakers already angry over potential abuses in a new driver's licensing system.

Missouri State Highway Patrol Col. Ron Replogle was questioned for nearly an hour this morning by the Senate Appropriations Committee after he revealed to Chairman Kurt Schaefer yesterday that his agency had turned over the data.

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the real objective:

"The intention was to cross-check the names on the concealed carry list with the agency's list of those with disabilities attributed to mental illness to find possible evidence of fraud in the system."

There have been two cases now where guns have been taken away from law-abiding citizens using "mental illness" as the excuse. One was recently in the northeast - a librarian - who took zoloft for a year for anxiety. The crazy State law that passed allowing to do this is now under review, uh huh.

Now there is talk about similar laws for anyone that has seen a shrink. Well, that puts a pretty big % of people at risk of losing their rights....

I have been ahead of this story from the beginning

Ken Suitter and I have been on the leading edge of this story since before it became big news.

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Missouri seems to have a

Missouri seems to have a problem with state law enforcement as seen in the past, probably needs an overhaul.

Hopefully, Missouri will wake up and pass some gun rights legislature about the federal government staying out if the state is the guns are manufactured only for use in the state.

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