Washington police are operating under orders to arrest tourists and other non-residents traveling with spent bullet or shotgun casings, a crime that carries a $1,000 fine, a year in jail and a criminal record, according to a new book about the city's confusing gun laws.
"Empty shell casings are considered ammunition in Washington, D.C.,
so they are illegal to possess unless you are a resident and have a gun
registration certificate," pens Emily Miller in her investigative book, "Emily Gets Her Gun: ... But Obama Wants to Take Yours."
Or they just want to screw with people in every way possible. I'd vote for that.
The EPA has refused to publicly explain why it
used armed officers as part of what it called a “multi-jurisdictional”
investigation of possible Clean Water Act violations in the area.
A: Since when does a bureaucrat get to 'refuse to publicly explain' ?
B: Anyone who thinks intimidation isn't a part of this...
"Don't be evil. Unless it pays, one way or another." Screw Google.
Exciting Events wants to sue Uncle. For something. Apparently they never heard of the Streisand Effect.