shafnutz05 wrote:http://denver.cbslocal.com/2013/01/15/police-shoot-kill-dog-when-going-to-a-home-by-mistake/An Adams County man is in shock after he says deputies shot and killed his dog.
Jeff Fisher said deputies went to his house by mistake. He said when they opened the door his dog Ziggy ran outside and officers shot and killed him.
Fisher said Ziggy was his best friend and can’t believe he’s gone.
“(He went to the door) to see who it was and the police officer shot him three times,” Fisher said. “They killed my dog for no reason.”
mac5155 wrote:viva la ben wrote:Does anyone really think this new law is really intended to curb gun violence?
The idiot politicians in NY do.
Some weapons are so dangerous, and some ammunition devices so lethal, that New York State must act without delay to prohibit their continued sale and possession in the state in order to protect its children, first responders and citizens as soon as possible.
columbia wrote:I recall the halcyon days when shad was complaining about this thread not being conservative enough.
Pitt87 wrote:Just looked at my first paycheck of the new year an wanted thank our President for the pay cut today. No tax increases on middle class didn't even last long enough to be inaugurated for a second term.
columbia wrote:So whats the minimum threshold for people here, re: feeling the need to bear arms against the government?
mac5155 wrote:columbia wrote:So whats the minimum threshold for people here, re: feeling the need to bear arms against the government?
30 round clips on my pistol grip semi automatic rifle
Does that count?
mac5155 wrote:That's the funny part. No one wants to use their "assault" weapons to assault. Only to defend.
In 2004, a research report submitted to the United States Department of Justice and the National Institute of Justice found that should the ban be renewed, its effects on gun violence would likely be small, and perhaps too small for reliable measurement, because rifles in general, including rifles referred to as "assault rifles" or "assault weapons", are rarely used in gun crimes. That study by Christopher S. Koper, Daniel J. Woods, and Jeffrey A. Roth of the Jerry Lee Center of Criminology, University of Pennsylvania found no statistically significant evidence that either the assault weapons ban or the ban on magazines holding more than 10 rounds had reduced gun murders. However, they concluded that it was "premature to make definitive assessments of the ban's impact on gun crime," and argue that if the ban had been in effect for more than nine years, benefits might have begun to appear.
mac5155 wrote:Pitt87 wrote:Just looked at my first paycheck of the new year an wanted thank our President for the pay cut today. No tax increases on middle class didn't even last long enough to be inaugurated for a second term.
Twas not a "tax increase" sir. You owed that to the government anyway. Remember?
columbia wrote:Or to put it another way: what's the baseline of tyranny for people here, that would require them to bear arms against the government (and therefore other Americans)?
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