He had "food, water and weapons" in his house. Holy cow! I'm sitting next to a gun, a can of raisins and a carton of bottled water. I must be a "survivalist", whatever that term is supposed to mean. Is that the opposite of suicidalist?
The neighbor says, "he didn't seem radical, or the type of guy you would ever thought would have those type of weapons"...WTF "type of guy" is that supposed to mean?
So now the ATF considers me to be "inherently suspicious"...wow. h34r:
Was he a felon and that's why he wasn't allowed to own any more guns? Or is there some law in the PRNJ that I'm not aware of that limits the number of firearms one is allowed to own? Or, are police simply allowed to decide if a person is allowed to register up to a certain number of weapons? WTF?!
My understanding it that this was a NJ violation that there is a limit to the number you can have there. Maybe someone can clear it up. However the ATF was not involved in this raid but rather the local police. The panic over the ATF multiple purchase is way overblown as multiple purchases have always been reported differently than a single purchase.
I'm guessing he was not a felon, because if he were, his registered weapons would have just been confiscated. The police just don't like the fact that someone could own so many weapons, and that's why he was "banned." My guess is that he obtained the rest at gun shows and private sales.
Gee, going by Janet's definition, I don't know if I am a cultist or not. I am not a Christian, but I do distrust the government, as is my God-given right. I own as many guns as I can afford, because I enjoy the shooting sports and hunting. I have a small supply of food and water, but that is on the recommendation of the state of Washington, due to the possibility of Mt. St. Helens or M. Rainier blowing their stack, or possibly having a big earthquake here. I know a secret, Janet Reno is really a dude in drag, folks.