Here is the bottom line: In a surprising twist at the end of a long trial, a District of Columbia judge found Mark Witaschek guilty of “attempted possession of unlawful ammunition” for antique replica muzzleloader bullets. This case went on for years. Eric Holder and crew must be pleased that their vengeful souls could put fear in the heart of a gun loving Citizen. The story is bizarre, but this cuts to the chase.
The D.C. government is treating the case of a businessman possessing ammunition without a gun like the great murder trial of 2014.
The Metropolitan Police Department raided Mr. Witaschek’s rented Georgetown house twice in the summer of 2012 on the word of his angry ex-wife. Frustrated with not finding the promised firearms, the police handcuffed him, searched his home top to bottom and came out with only ammunition, which carries the same felony penalty as a firearm.
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This is crazy.
You’re a new government in a country that might soon become involved in a ground war with Russia, what’s the first logical thing you do? Start confiscating weapons from your citizens. Wait…what?!
You would think Ukraine would want every citizen who is even remotely loyal to the new government to be armed during this time of possible war, however recent actions by the interim government seem to be saying otherwise.
According to the New York Times,
In an effort to stabilize Ukraine and extend its authority, the interim government has set a deadline of Friday for turning in the illegal firearms that are now carried openly by so-called self-defense groups in Independence Square, the politically important plaza in the center of the capital.
Of course, the participants and leaders of those self-defense groups (the same groups that helped the current government rise to power) don’t see things the same…
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