Veterans in the District's cross hairs
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    Postak Veterans in the District's cross hairs

    Washington's Metropolitan Police Department is using the city's pointless firearm registration mandate to harass, arrest and jail servicemen.Two years ago, Army 1st Sgt. Matthew Corrigan was awoken in the middle of the night, forced out of his home and arrested. The Iraq veteran had his home ransacked, his guns seized and he was thrown in jail   where he was lost in the prison system for two weeks   all because the District refuses to recognize the meaning of the Second Amendment. After a failed attempt to cover up this warrantless search, the city last month dropped all charges against Sgt. Corrigan. Nonetheless, the damage done to the reservist cannot be so easily erased.


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    Guess from what I read, he called and wanted to talk too someone.
    Anyone calling the V.A. and a live person does not answer, a prompted voice comes on.
    "Do you feel like harming yourself, call 911."
    Not condoning what the L.O.s did. But damn he screwed up..
    Gun and need help is a "Whoops" Red Flag.
    By the time the call got up the chain of command.
    "He is in his home armed, he said he will kill any one of you Mo Fo's come near him."
    He will not do that again.. Plus..
    These young Vets who ask too talk too someone about war related issues.
    Sorry, your career is over.
    Damned if they do damned if they don't..
    Thank you for your Service.
    Were done with yah now. See ya. Mother Friggers.
    "Man needs but two things to survive alone in the woods. A blow up female doll and his trusty old AK-47" - Thomas Jefferson 1781

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