Friday, January 13, 2012

There's reasons why Kim used to call it New York Effing City

and this kind of garbage is a big one:
Strangely, now that the case against me is over, the authorities refuse to return my firearm. There is no law that allows them to confiscate a weapon in this manner. They simply say “no” when you ask for your weapon back. This is apparently their “policy.” It is done regularly in New York. This is government robbery. Not only is New York City anti-Second Amendment rights, but they are depriving citizens of their legally owned property. My lawyer has advised me that I can attempt to pursue the return of my firearm, but that to do so would cost me more than the firearm is worth. I am not alone in facing this tyranny. It has happened to hundreds of people in the New York metro area. My lawyer, Brian Stapleton, has handled over 400 of these cases himself, so he is an expert on the subject.
"We're New York Effing City, and we don't have to obey laws we don't like. And we can steal your property and you can't afford to do anything about it." Theft under color of law- well, no, you can't call it that because there's no law for them to hide this theft behind; it's just theft because the thieves can get away with it.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Another reason to carry a High-Point when one must to go to New York...
Report the gun(by serial number) as stolen to the ATF. If whoever ends up with it ever tries to unload it, heh, heh, heh.