Friday, March 20, 2009

Propaganda Case Against Gun Store Falls Apart

It was supposed to be the new reason to close gun shops, doncha know.
Somehow the globalists got ahead of themselves and thought that pointing at gun stores in the US as the source of drug violence in Mexico was a good reason for stricter gun laws here.
This case didn't work. It seems to have been a complete fabrication by the prosecution to demonize gun shops - to eventually close them and keep you from buying firearms. They'll try again, rest asured.

Case Against Gun-Store Owner Dismissed

"An Arizona court on Wednesday dismissed the case against a gun-store owner accused of looking the other way while front men purchased weapons to deliver to Mexico's drug cartels.
The trial, which began earlier this month, had been heralded as an example of U.S. authorities working to stanch the flow of weapons to Mexico, where a recent war among drug gangs is believed to have killed more than 6,000 people."

""The state's case is based upon testimony of individuals who [alleged]...that they were the actual purchaser of the firearms when they were not," Judge Gottsfield wrote. He then indicated that such testimony, by itself, failed to establish that any additional unlawful conduct transpired.
"There is no proof whatsoever that any prohibited possessor ended up with the firearm," the judge said."


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