Long time memorabilia dealer convicted - machine guns and Coke

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    Long time memorabilia dealer convicted - machine guns and Coke

    Man sentenced in Norfolk for having machine guns | HamptonRoads.com | PilotOnline.com

    Funny, the article doesn't say what the FBI used for probable cause, just that an agent was a customer in an investigation. No allegation he sold full auto weapons. Possibly he was "dealing" without an FFL. Of course the 51.5 grams of cocaine didn't help his cause.

    If I had been on his jury, I would have voted NG on the gun charges to nullify a stupid law.
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    No patience for drugs and no patience for anyone involved with them. Hand cuff him and kick him off of a bridge in a river. Next LOL...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramitupurs84 View Post
    No patience for drugs and no patience for anyone involved with them. Hand cuff him and kick him off of a bridge in a river. Next LOL...
    On this we agree

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    No sympathy for him at all. He knew the law and chose to violate it. In his own words to the court:

    "I should have had them all registered," he said.
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    Umm, who exactly does one victimize by choosing to put drugs into their own body, or having a machine gun. The answer is no one. I have no sympathy for the idiotic laws he violated, or for those who push them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peckman28 View Post
    Umm, who exactly does one victimize by choosing to put drugs into their own body, or having a machine gun. The answer is no one. I have no sympathy for the idiotic laws he violated, or for those who push them.
    And I have no sympathy for a idiot...

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    And I have no sympathy for idiots who have no sympathy for the people who have no sympathy for the other people who don't always brush their teeth before bed!




    As to the BG? I think he got what he deserved.
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