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rebuttals to "Gun Control"
May 16th 2013
"The District of Columbia seems not to want the public to know what it did -- if anything -- while investigating NBC News' David Gregory for possession of an illegal 30-round magazine. The police refuse to turn over the public documents in the case, and the city council is allowing them to stonewall." This is the start of Part One of an investigation into the case, February 21st 2013, and can usefully be read first. (Note - this appears to now have been removed, 5/20/13).
The crux of this however is what can be seen as double standards. "Washington politicians are apparently attempting to hide their two systems of justice. "This is a perfect example of what is wrong with local D.C. politics," said Officer Baumann. "There are two sets of rules; one set for us common people; and a second set for the politically connected. It is indefensible that the criminal justice process could be manipulated to protect one individual. It undermines public confidence in the District, law enforcement, and the criminal justice system."
Part Two of this investigation is described in a May 15th 2013 article, and there is a short sound byte available when Ms Miller is interviewed on radio recently.
Emily Miller is senior editor of opinion for The Washington Times. She won the 2012 Clark Mollenhoff Award for Investigative Reporting from the Institute on Political Journalism.
Whatever anyone thinks about the absurdity of the case (oh no, it's a [gasp] 30 round magazine), it does seem to demonstrate how if you are well connected then the law can apparently be imposed differently!
Refer to the "Sandy Hook Index" for an archive collection of valuable material we have shown since the events at the Newtown Elementary School.
Check out Gun/Murder Statistics: A set of tabulated and graphical data showing relationships between gun numbers and murders - categorized by alphabetical countries listing. Useful research material.
Thought for the day -- "Isn't it strange that after a bombing, everyone blames the bomber ... but after a shooting, the problem is the Gun ! "
Yours in Freedom, The Liberty Crew at JPFO
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