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Not the issue I was discussing, Robert. It is the mischaracterizing of a few firearms as an "arsenal", not their location.
Re: At his house, agreed. In a hotel room I might cut them some slack on the wording -- robertb Post Reply Top of thread Forum

Posted by: TEEBONE

05/14/2018, 11:23:06

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It is the eye-popping, vein bulging, hyperbolic portrayal with its not-so-subliminal demonization of guns to which I object, not that the cops deduced that 2+2=4 and put him in a lab jar for observation. The article was silent on whether or not a warrant had been obtained, but if the cops staged a "raid" as was reported, one should certainly have been necessary. They could have easily set up surveillance on his room and waited for a judge to sign off. There were no "exigent circumstances".



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Modified by TEEBONE at Mon, May 14, 2018, 11:25:35

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