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Nous_Defions 1 year ago on School police say O'Neal 'slipped through the cracks'

Harter's e-mail conflicts with the official record at the Dougherty County Courthouse that show only one guilty plea for a misdemeanor statutory rape charge. A judge sentenced O'Neal to serve 90 days in jail and nine months on probation.

By pleading guilty to a misdemeanor count of statutory rape, O'Neal was able to avoid being placed on the state and federal sex offender registry.

Our anger and frustration should be directed towards this so called "Judge". "Judge" through the Law of Unintended Consequences you are indirectly responsible for the rape of this 14 yr. old child.

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Nous_Defions 1 year ago on Squawk of the day - April 19, 2013

Sorry, Trudy that is not the truth, a M60 (if you could find one) costs over $28,000 if you go throught the channels Walt explained. Probably closer to $50,000 on the black market. And there is only one case in the last 20 years where a fully automatic "assault" weapon was used in a crime. The Bank robbery in Los Angeles in 1994, and those were illegally converted AK-47's. See the problem here? There was and is a Federal law against converting a semi-automatic to fully automatic. Also laws against robbing a bank, stealing cars, and shooting cops. That did not stop those bank robbers from commiting EVIL. Typical un-informed response is to blame the effect not the cause.

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Nous_Defions 1 year ago on Squawk of the day - April 19, 2013

I'd like to expand on your comment, The current laws are not lax, the enforcement of those laws are. In 2010 approx. 40,000 convicted felons, those with reported mental health issues, and convicted domestic violence perpetrators were denied purchase of a firearm by the current background check system NCIS. Under current law an attempt to purchase a firearm by these people is a felony. Want to guess how many the Dept. of Justice brought charges against? Just 44, yes that is one thousanth of one percent. What good are more laws if the current laws aren't being enforced? Respectfully awaiting your reply.

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Nous_Defions 1 year ago on Squawk of the Day - April 8, 2013

Wow, That thought never entered my mind, but I believe you are correct!!

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Nous_Defions 1 year, 1 month ago on Gun rights backers vow court fight against new Colorado laws

Ammunition manufacturer Magpul,

MagPul does not manufacture ammunition, it manufactures ammunition magazines, firearm accessories, and MagPul Dynamics provides firearms training. A Google search and 60 seconds of browsing their website link text and "Staff Reports" would have realized that. Geez, what happened to accurate reporting?

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Nous_Defions 1 year, 1 month ago on Top chamber official resigns

I don't think that is the case, maybe she got tired of the Oligarchs' BS, and decided to find a ship that doesn't have a "broken rudder"

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Nous_Defions 1 year, 1 month ago on Squawk of the Day - March 20, 2013

Got Prep? Be prepared for the latter. "A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished" Proverbs 22:3

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Nous_Defions 1 year, 1 month ago on Divided U.S. Senate panel votes for gun background checks

Question for The Albany Herald staff that chose to reprint this Reuter's article.

Are you under any contractual obligation to print this less than factual story?

Or was it chosen by someone on the staff with an agenda?

The "40%" number in this article has been proven false, the number is actually 16% and that number includes gifts between family members. There are some experts that believe the number of transfers between non-acquaintances may be less than 10% of all firearms transfers.

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