FYI. Two styles of American 26” night stick made of polypropylene and British police style 26” truncheon, likewise made of heavy polypropylene
Maybe you can talk Lynn Thompson into sending you some for use in your upcoming video. LOL!
For you will receive none from the Post-Americans.
“Hispanic ACLU Official Mocks Elderly White People in Rialto, CA. Tells Them They Have ‘Five Years Left’”
Dig the video. Tell us again that knifers never attack with the downward stab.
Jeremy after seeing this video I will say that there is still no solid evidence for overhanded icepick attacks—unless you area cash register! What is most interesting is this seems to be a case of brandishing in the ice pick grip, which is new to me.
Carjackers Suffer Catastrophic Failure in the Victim Selection Process When They Pick on MMA Star.
Former MMA star, Sasa Perkic, fought with the two men that tried to take his car in New Berlin, Wisconsin recently.
A strawman purchase is the term used to describe the offense of purchasing a gun from a legally licensed firearms dealer with the intent of selling/delivering that gun to another person, particularly someone who is legally prohibited from possessing a firearm on account of having a felony conviction, a court judgement of insanity, being a minor, or some other legal disability. Strawman purchases are punishable under federal law by a maximum penalty of 10 years in a federal penitentiary. Naturally there are also strict penalties that can be imposed on the prohibited person himself who attempts to acquire a firearm. For example, if such a prohibited person attempts to buy a gun in person from a licensed dealer, lies about his status when he fills out the required Firearms Transaction Record (ATF Form 4473) and is subsequently denied clearance to purchase by the background check system, he is open to prosecution under federal law, again with a max sentence of 10 years in prison upon conviction.
The Leftists that run our criminal justice system clamor for ever more restrictive gun laws, yet do not enforce the laws that are on the books. Too many oppressed minority individuals would go to prison if they did, you understand. These are not the people that the Leftists were hoping to snare with their gun laws (see the “Great White Defendant” - http://www.vdare.com/posts/the-hunt-for-the-great-white-defendant-a-reading-list). They were hoping to prosecute evil white gun runners like the KKK and the “Sons of Anarchy”. Instead they too frequently apprehend the “idiot” relatives and girlfriends of oppressed urban youth with gang associations. Folks who just look so forlorn and evoke such sympathy when they are standing in an orange jumpsuit before a judge. Too much paperwork to bring these cases to trial and prove them in court as well. As Chief Flynn of the Milwaukee PD said in his testimony to Congress, law enforcement can’t waste time on “paper prosecutions”. Right! The Leftists would much rather prevent law-abiding citizens from legally buying guns by saddling them with vexatious bureaucratic rules that only law-abiding people would follow. Like requiring background checks for private sales of firearms or even the loan of a firearm. Some States require this, most do not. In any event, people who make a business of selling guns to criminals know full well they are selling guns to people who are criminals. Such violators will do no background checks whatsoever. But anything the Leftists can do to hassle YOU, the honest citizen, and make you not want to own guns, they are down with. Punish felons for being in possession of guns or punish people who provide guns to known felons? Not so much.
Unfortunately the case described in the article below is typical of what is transpiring day to day in urban areas across the USA.
By the numbers (www. Americanhandgunner).
Number of FBI NICS (National Instant Criminal Background Check System) background checks conducted in June, 2016. The highest ever for the month of June.
Number of NICS background check denials in 2010
Number of those NICS background check denials prosecuted by the U.S. Federal Government in 2010.
Number of the NICS background check denials prosecuted by the U.S. Federal Government in 2010 that resulted in a conviction.