An anniversary I missed
There had to have been less painful ways for him to off himself.
Uncle is right: every public official involved in this prosecution should be tarred and feathered. And fired.
Of course, so should a lot of other clowns who happen to wear badges. By the way: the response to anyone saying "If you have nothing to hide, you won't object to being searched" would be to make a anonymous call about 'something wrong' at their house or seeing something in their car and seeing if they object to the police searching(no, I'm not recommending that; I'm saying I doubt they'd be all that thrilled with "We want to search. Because we want to.")
Oh, and I have an answer:
The only reason to have 33 bullets loaded in a handgun is to kill a lot of people very quickly [why Lautenberg's magazine ban bill exempts current, and even retired, police is left unexplained--are the police expected to need to "kill a lot of people very quickly?].
Lautenberg is a nasty a bigot as you'll run across, of COURSE he wants the Only Ones to have whatever the hell they want; that's why. Plus he figures it'll get them on his side.
"You're muslim, and not used to drinking, so no real penalty for beating the crap out of someone."
He may build good bikes, but Jesse James is a friggin' dirtbag.
Any police department that accepts a bunch of military gear without actual reason(Hello, Richland County SO with your heavy machinegun on the APC) ought to face some serious "Just what the hell do you plan on doing with this?" questioning. Or retirement or something. And the first time any of it is used in a wrong-address/wrong-person/shouldn't-have-happened-at-all raid, the people responsible should be fired; I'm sick of this crap.
The gun bigots are downright unhappy with The Lightworker; I'm tempted to say that anything that RWPP Jackson is in favor of is almost by definition bad for a free people. Not quite true, but close.
Last, what the HELL is wrong with some of these people?