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Posted: 7/25/2013 8:19:34 PM EDT
Cook County Sheriff's Deputies have a new mission. What could go wrong?
Cook County FOID revocations and gun confiscation
Surely registration does not lead to confiscation?
Our own resident bootlickers...um...statists...er...agents of the state told us otherwise. Right?
There must be a misunderstanding.
"Dart said he persuaded the General Assembly to include new language in
the FOID law that would allow sheriffs and municipal police to obtain
search warrants to look for guns in the homes of people with revoked
FOID cards. Dart called the provision a "hammer” for police to wield
when investigators suspect people with revoked cards have guns — but the people insist they don’t."
HUT HUT HUT HUT HUT HUT
I can almost hear it now.
God, I hate Illinois Nazis...
“The system is broken,” the sheriff said. “The system revokes cards, but the guns are of no consequence. . . . Our strong hope is that we will eliminate tragedies.”
From their "Sheriff".
Ho. Lee. Shite!
what could go wrong indeed...
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