Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Taking Guns On Thin Pretexts

Arthur Lovi, a resident of Arlington Heights, IL, was talking to a psychiatrist about some tragedies in his life, including the loss of his wife of 33 years. So he was “crazy,” according to unqualified “officials” who were “investigating” him. He told that psychiatrist he “still had hard feelings toward a doctor whose misdiagnosis led to her death. That psychiatrist reported that as a “possible threat” to that doctor” because he/she was “required by law” to do so if even the POSSIBILITY of a threat was present. So they came in and took ALL his guns, even a flintlock musket under this THIN pretext. He had to pay a lawyer to get his guns (all of which were antiques, some 100 years old and not even friable) back after being deemed NOT a danger to ANYBODY by another psychiatrist. This is because of a “loophole” in the law that I’m sure the anti-gun politicians will eliminate. (World Net Daily)

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