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I agree that for the many, yes they'll think it's good, but there are gun owners that lack the knowledge of what these really entail and they still foolishly believe that government has our best interest at heart. The article may bring at least some to their senses.
No. I don't believe that.
Bravo , that's some damn fine police work there.
This is disgusting.
^This is even more disgusting.“He came up and told me what I said was a felony but he wasn’t going to charge me,” Nichols said of Saloio.
Plenty of circumstantial tidbits there that suggest this wasn’t Jake Average - looks like Red Flagging him may get him denied ownership of firearms and fines/jail. His official status might get him a plea reduction. Presumably charging him on the magazines makes this a criminal proceeding subject to due process going forward. How they separate the civil ERPO and criminal Hi-cap mags will be very interesting to follow. I’ll bet there’s some cops vs jakes history here that muddies the waters. If he was indeed “troubled” this won’t help at all. I’d say 50/50 suicide without the guns they seized."An Edgartown fire lieutenant and former Oak Bluffs building inspector faces two counts of unlawful possession of high capacity feeding device after Edgartown Police allegedly discovered 30 round AR-15 magazines in a safe at an Edgartown residence...the magazines were discovered based on allegations Magri was considered a danger to himself."