Conn. Police Refuse to Enforce New Gun Laws

Conn. Police Refuse to Enforce New Gun Laws

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    Conn. Police Refuse to Enforce New Gun Laws

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    Some might refuse, but others can't wait to get the orders.

    [VIDEO] CT Cop Tells Gun Owner ?I Cannot Wait to Get the Order to Kick Your Door In?

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    IMOP some state have cops that wont enforce the gun law because :
    1. They don't want to die for politics
    2 . They think they are unjust

    IMOP I think most CT cops save a few fall into camp 1 if at all... We talk a state like CO or even NY where a lot of cops are rual farm land then maybe a lot of wink wink nod nod but I think Ct.. Well the wolves are at the door ....

    Correct me if I am wrong though ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJVP View Post
    Some might refuse, but others can't wait to get the orders.

    [VIDEO] CT Cop Tells Gun Owner ?I Cannot Wait to Get the Order to Kick Your Door In?
    Except that we have no really proof that was ever said. The other video listed in that same story was deceptive.

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    Whenever people refuse to do their jobs, they generally get fired. Then, other people get those jobs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OutWestSystems View Post
    Except that we have no really proof that was ever said. The other video listed in that same story was deceptive.
    Whatever.
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    a crappy spot to put citizens and LE in by overreaching political libiots.

    i think all security for the state government of CT should be limited by the law, should be required to use trigger locks and "smart guns" with bluetooth or fingerprint authentication.
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    This could be a powder keg in the making. Hopefully the FBI or someone will step in and educate some LE folks on what happens when testosterone rules the day. The feds still have not recovered from the fiasco at WACO and the Weaver travesty.

    Not that I have high hopes of reason prevailing. As Mike said, those LE who refuse lose their jobs and some zealots on the lib side will replace them. If both sides remain resolute it will get ugly. I can't decide if I think a disaster would work for or against reasonable gun laws. Outcomes are incredibly unpredictable. Both sides will make their case and I have no clue who gets most galvanized.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJVP View Post
    Whatever.
    Well stated.
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    I liked one comment from one of the articles.
    Paraphrased:"Don't wait for the cops to show up at your door. Let a group of armed citizens show up at their door, first. (And there you have the true meaning of the 2nd Amendment!)".
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJVP View Post
    Whatever.
    I find it funny that when it supports someone's view people tend to believe ANYTHING, but it goes against what they believe they demand extraordinary proof.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farsidefan1 View Post
    TThe feds still have not recovered from the fiasco at WACO and the Weaver travesty.
    Not sure where you got that idea. Most people don't even remember or know about Waco or Ruby Ridge. The Feds has a lot more power today than they did in those days. Don't fool yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    Whenever people refuse to do their jobs, they generally get fired. Then, other people get those jobs.
    Not when they refuse to follow illegal and Unconstitutional orders - especially when they have very good contracts - just watch how many LEO are on "paid leave" for years - there IS a very good reason for this btw
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    Quote Originally Posted by OutWestSystems View Post
    Not sure where you got that idea. Most people don't even remember or know about Waco or Ruby Ridge. The Feds has a lot more power today than they did in those days. Don't fool yourself.
    I don't know much less have questioned "most people " (and doubt that you have either) but I can assure you that many people will never - ever forget - and even IF "most people" don't know they are quickly learning - not that right has some dependency on "most knowing" . The "Feds" have without a doubt remembered how the public outcry came when they overstepped their authority.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aceoky View Post
    Not when they refuse to follow illegal and Unconstitutional orders - especially when they have very good contracts - just watch how many LEO are on "paid leave" for years - there IS a very good reason for this btw
    I've yet to see any evidence that courts have determined the significant portions of New York and Connecticut's harsh gun laws are illegal or unconstitutional. I, like many believe they are, but my opinion does not carry the weight of law.
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