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So which is it?

Seen at the Brady Blog:

That high-powered handgun came from R&B Guns in Hampton, Va., Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes said yesterday.

Paul also says:

It is vitally important that we continue to ask the source of guns used in crimes. The more we learn about the black market in guns, the better our law enforcement agencies will be able to deal with the dangers enhanced by gun traffickers. Knowing where crime guns come from can expose crime patterns, and help shut off sources of crime guns.

So, again Paul, how did they track that handgun to R&B since you’ve spent all that time implying that cannot be done. It’s unpossible!

2 Responses to “So which is it?”

  1. thirdpower Says:

    Seems the Brady Blogs have been shut down for the nonce. Poor babies. The truth hurts.

  2. anon Says:

    I want to know the source of all these cop-killer malefactors being used in crimes. It is vitally important that we continue to ask the source of outlaws used in crimes. The more we learn about the black market in hoodlums, the better our law enforcement agencies will be able to deal with the dangers enhanced by psychotic behavoir. Knowing where dirtbags come from can expose crime patterns, and help shut off sources of evildoers.

    Law-abiding parents should not be confused into supporting law-breaking felon traffickers. Those whove been able to create a smokescreen around the issue help protect the irresponsible parents who help fuel the violence in our communities.

Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.

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