NY Dad's Pistol License Suspended Over Something His 10-Year-Old Son Said

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    NY Dad's Pistol License Suspended Over Something His 10-Year-Old Son Said

    It is unbelievable how out of control this is getting.

    This country is now stripping one person's rights away because another person allegedly said the word "gun".

    The father did prevent the authorities from confiscating his firearms but it still resulted in him being disarmed.

    N.Y. DADS PISTOL LICENSE SUSPENDED OVER SOMETHING HIS 10-YEAR-OLD SON SAID AND IT COULD BE 8 YEARS BEFORE HE GETS IT BACK
    Apr. 4, 2013 3:20pm Jason Howerton

    A New York father has had his firearms all but confiscated after the Suffolk County Pistol License Bureau suspended his pistol license indefinitely over a perceived threat made by his 10-year-old son and two of his classmates at school.

    N.Y. Dad?s Pistol License Suspended Over Something His 10-Year-Old Son Said ? and It Could Be 8 Years Before He Gets It Back | TheBlaze.com
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    NY has made its own bed. I expect nothing else from that state.

    The best it can be now is an example to the rest of the states why they need to be careful.
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    "Later that day, Mayer got a call from school officials informing him that his 10-year-old son and two other students were talking about going to a boy’s house with a water gun, “paint gun” and a BB gun. There had reportedly been a school yard pushing incident the day before involving the boys, excluding Mayer’s son, and they were seemingly talking about getting even in some way."

    I'm probably going to get roasted here but if indeed a teacher heard the three students having this conversation, they were well within their responsibility to bring it to attention. There is a recent thread here about a BB gun related death. If I were the father of the student being threatened and the students had followed through with the threat, I'd be beyond pissed that someone could have stopped it. Now, everything that happened with the father of the boy in question and the Peoples Republik of New York-ifornia is beyond reprehensible.
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    This is taking overreaction to extreme levels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneStarSooner View Post
    "Later that day, Mayer got a call from school officials informing him that his 10-year-old son and two other students were talking about going to a boy’s house with a water gun, “paint gun” and a BB gun. There had reportedly been a school yard pushing incident the day before involving the boys, excluding Mayer’s son, and they were seemingly talking about getting even in some way."

    I'm probably going to get roasted here but if indeed a teacher heard the three students having this conversation, they were well within their responsibility to bring it to attention. There is a recent thread here about a BB gun related death. If I were the father of the student being threatened and the students had followed through with the threat, I'd be beyond pissed that someone could have stopped it. Now, everything that happened with the father of the boy in question and the Peoples Republik of New York-ifornia is beyond reprehensible.
    The reaction of the teacher was so far into outer space its not funny. A bb gun, a paintball gun, the letter "L", and a pot tart. This is not reprehensible, it is down right stupid....
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    Harryball, I agree that the reaction from the state is beyond idiotic. We'll agree to disagree on the reaction of the teacher and the level of this specific threat that was overheard. Suspending a student for threatening to retaliate against another student with a BB gun is, IMHO, in a completely different ballpark than the pop tart, cup cakes with soldiers on them, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harryball View Post
    The reaction of the teacher was so far into outer space its not funny. A bb gun, a paintball gun, the letter "L", and a pot tart. This is not reprehensible, it is down right stupid....
    Yes, we have had the educational system showcase some of its shining stars lately. But local LE still acted on it. The cops could have told the teacher to grow up and get a life, but no, they acted on it as though it were a threat. The stupid runs deep and wide here.
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    I left new york when I turned 18, and I will NEVER go back. I would live on the streets and eat from dumpsters before i returned to that dictatorship of a state.
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    I don't think this is a case of PC thinking running amok. I don't think this has to do with maintaining a safe and non-hostile classroom environment. I think this is a case of bureaucrats and public officials trying to tell people, "You have no right to own a gun and until you hand them over and bow to the king we're going to make your life miserable." Very sad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneStarSooner View Post
    Harryball, I agree that the reaction from the state is beyond idiotic. We'll agree to disagree on the reaction of the teacher and the level of this specific threat that was overheard. Suspending a student for threatening to retaliate against another student with a BB gun is, IMHO, in a completely different ballpark than the pop tart, cup cakes with soldiers on them, etc.
    There was a student suspended for a pop tart in the shape of a gun. The teacher should have taken the kids to the principals office and called the parents and taken care of it that way. Calling the PoPo and making a spectacle out of the situation was stupid. Parents are no longer able to be parents especially when we have teachers and staff like this. I will agree to disagree with you on this, but I still believe it is utter crap...
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    Agreeing to disagree and having civil, intelligent discussions, even with differing viewpoints, is what makes this site so terrific HB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneStarSooner View Post
    "Later that day, Mayer got a call from school officials informing him that his 10-year-old son and two other students were talking about going to a boy’s house with a water gun, “paint gun” and a BB gun. There had reportedly been a school yard pushing incident the day before involving the boys, excluding Mayer’s son, and they were seemingly talking about getting even in some way."

    I'm probably going to get roasted here but if indeed a teacher heard the three students having this conversation, they were well within their responsibility to bring it to attention. There is a recent thread here about a BB gun related death. If I were the father of the student being threatened and the students had followed through with the threat, I'd be beyond pissed that someone could have stopped it. Now, everything that happened with the father of the boy in question and the Peoples Republik of New York-ifornia is beyond reprehensible.
    You're right, and you make a very, very good point. You must be an educator yourself. Its not the teacher's fault that the law-makers, politicians, police officers, and educational administrators are stupid. That is NOT the teacher's fault, but it is the teacher's responsibility to be on the look-out for student's safety. I think the teacher did a good job in this incident. Its her boss that's an idiot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneStarSooner View Post
    Agreeing to disagree and having civil, intelligent discussions, even with differing viewpoints, is what makes this site so terrific HB.
    This is something we can agree on...
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    The Zero Tolerance Gun policy may seem absurd to most of us, but it is on purpose. The planned result will be an entire generation completely shell-shocked of ANYTHING to do with firearms. A voting generation.
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