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Family ripped from their home at gunpoint; Police storm the property
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WATERTOWN, MA -- On Friday, April 19, 2013, during a manhunt for a bombing suspect, police and federal agents spent the day storming people's homes and performing illegal searches. While it was unclear initially if the home searches were voluntary, it is now crystal clear that they were absolutely NOT voluntary. Police were filmed ripping people from their homes at gunpoint, marching the residents out with their hands raised in submission, and then storming the homes to perform their illegal searches.

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And that is what firearm confiscation will look like...Dodgy
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Philadelphia Patriot;97535 Wrote:And that is what firearm confiscation will look like...Dodgy

Not likely. The concentration of cops per citizen cannot be replicated all over. The population of Watertown is 30,000 or so. They had 10,000 cops in the streets. They may be able to do it in small areas at a time but while they are doing that, millions of guns will simply vanish before they get anywhere else.
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Philadelphia Patriot;97535 Wrote:And that is what firearm confiscation will look like...Dodgy

Perhaps with a bit more blood on the pavement. I doubt they'll be gentle about it.

Warpt762x39;97538 Wrote:
Philadelphia Patriot;97535 Wrote:And that is what firearm confiscation will look like...Dodgy

Not likely. The concentration of cops per citizen cannot be replicated all over. The population of Watertown is 30,000 or so. They had 10,000 cops in the streets. They may be able to do it in small areas at a time but while they are doing that, millions of guns will simply vanish before they get anywhere else.

Word of mouth better do it pretty damn quick, then, 'cause the 'net and cell phones will be shut down.

Of course, if they shut it all down, that will be enough warning in itself.
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halftrack;97554 Wrote:
Philadelphia Patriot;97535 Wrote:And that is what firearm confiscation will look like...Dodgy

Perhaps with a bit more blood on the pavement. I doubt they'll be gentle about it.

Warpt762x39;97538 Wrote:Not likely. The concentration of cops per citizen cannot be replicated all over. The population of Watertown is 30,000 or so. They had 10,000 cops in the streets. They may be able to do it in small areas at a time but while they are doing that, millions of guns will simply vanish before they get anywhere else.

Word of mouth better do it pretty damn quick, then, 'cause the 'net and cell phones will be shut down.

Of course, if they shut it all down, that will be enough warning in itself.

Communication disruption can only mean one thing, invasion.

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My gosh, they're being treated like criminals. Angry

I'm surprised nobody got shot with all those big SWAT guns trained on the house looking for one wrong move. Howcome they're allowed to point "big scary" guns at all these innocent people like that, if guns are so dangerous and so horrible????
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RugerGirl;97561 Wrote:My gosh, they're being treated like criminals. Angry

I'm surprised nobody got shot with all those big SWAT guns trained on the house looking for one wrong move. Howcome they're allowed to point "big scary" guns at all these innocent people like that, if guns are so dangerous and so horrible????

The same reason an AR is a personal protection firearm for them but an assault weapon for the rest of the surfs.
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This makes me sick. The man was forced out of his home at gunpoint for simply answering the door. I've wondered what would happen if you simply don't bother answering the door. I guess they would kick it in then. I hope everyone in Watertown that was subjected to this type of treatment, that did not consent to an illegal search of their home sues the police to high Heaven.

I also hope judges see this as an infringement and side with the plaintiffs. Finally, I hope the people of Boston have enough historical knowledge and common sense to realize that their fellow Americans over 235 years ago endured the same from their fellow countrymen as well. Maybe, I'm hoping for too much...
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I don't know about you guys, but if I heard a terrorist was running through my neighborhood, I would probably walk around my house with my pistol on my hip and an AR-15 swung around my shoulder. Now imagine what would have happened if I were to answer my front door like that when the police knock to do an illegal search of my house? Keep in mind they all ready have their guns pointed at my house. Angry

I hope better training and policies result from this, but I won't hold my breath.
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