Snitch-Nation: Moron Denver Cabbie deludes Owner of $400K+ Italian Shotgun Mfr...leaving Gun Collector Show, is a 'Terrorist'!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Sun, 05/19/2013 - 22:43
Apparently, in the hopelessly hoplophobes-occupied Colorado, in the land of Idiocracy that Amerika has become, a well dressed Italian executive who owns Perazzi, a high end bespoke/custom Italian shotgun manufacturer who makes $7000~$500,000+ shotguns, leaving a gun collector show...WITH guns, is apparently too "suspicious," and looks like Al-CIA-da, if you speak with an Italian accent.
See something, say something, in full-effect. Along with moron lunacy. Way to treat a high end business, and businessman, commie Colorado!
A full mark of a police state: Just this past week, some Denver taxi drivers were honored for reporting incidents while on duty. A program called Taxis on Patrol (TOPS) encourages cabbies to report suspicious activity while they’re on the clock.
By: Hendrik Sybrandy
Posted on: 9:28 pm, May 18, 2013, by Web Staff
Updated on: 09:29pm, May 18, 2013
DENVER — An executive with a prominent gun manufacturer is on his way back to his native Italy after a taxi driver mistook him for a terrorist on Saturday.
Daniele Perazzi had just arrived at a gun show at the Denver Merchandise Mart when his cabbie called police to tell them he’d dropped off a terrorist. Perazzi, who was carrying seven shotguns at the time, was taken in for questioning by the Adams County Sheriffs Department. He was released a short time later.
Perazzi’s U.S. attorney told Fox 31 Denver that her client was scared during the incident because he’s not familiar with U.S. gun laws and thought he’d done something wrong. She said legal action is a possibility in the future.
Posted on May 19, 2013 by Robert Farago
“Daniele Perazzi, president of the Italian Perazzi Shotguns firm, was taken into custody yesterday by Adams County Deputies along with several prototype shotguns.” examiner.com reports, apparently unaware that that particular Mr. Perazzi died last year. Perhaps Mauro Perazzi [above] is the gentlemen in question. Anyway, ”The executive was picked up in the parking lot of the Denver Merchandise Mart, hosting the high-end Colorado Gun Collectors show this weekend, after a taxi driver, likely reacting to a suspicious activity reporting outreach program conducted by law enforcement, told authorities he thought he could be transporting an armed ‘foreign speaking’ terror suspect.” To say Perazzi was not pleased would be like saying Berlusconi’s Bunga Bunga girl was a bit of a babe (until botox and airbags) . . .
Perazzi was released a short time later and his prototype shotguns were returned to him, but reports have emerged that he was ordered by law enforcement to leave the state by nightfall, and sources tell Gun Rights Examiner he has gone one step further and left the country. He is expected to be returning soon with an eye toward filing legal action.
Get out of town by sundown? I doubt it. But how much do you want to bet that gun grabbers think it’s OK to profile gun manufacturers’ execs?
“He has two lawyers, Schreiner [NRA director who was present at the same gun show] continued, “one of whom went to the police station, and convinced the police that the owner of one of the most expensive shotgun companies in the world was not a terrorist.
May 19, 2013
By: David Codrea
Daniele Perazzi, president of the Italian Perazzi Shotguns firm, was taken into custody yesterday by Adams County Deputies [see update, below] along with several prototype shotguns. The executive was picked up in the parking lot of the Denver Merchandise Mart, hosting the high-end Colorado Gun Collectors show this weekend, after a taxi driver, likely reacting to a suspicious activity reporting outreach program conducted by law enforcement, told authorities he thought he could be transporting an armed “foreign speaking” terror suspect.
“He loaded prototype shotguns into the cab on the way to the Merchandise Mart,” gun rights activist and newly-elected National Rifle Association Director Steve Schreiner, who is attending the event this weekend, told Gun Rights Examiner this morning. “The cab driver notified law enforcement he suspected he had a terrorist in his cab, and they were waiting to intercept him, evidently oblivious to the fact that he was arriving at a highly-publicized area gun show.