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Pennsylvania gun owners - this is for you

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Brian in Oregon, May 26, 2008.

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  1. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Kick some liberal ass with this material!<br>
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    http://www.snowflakesinhell.com/2008/05/12/a-tale-of-three-criminal-records/<br>
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    The clarion call has been sounded, both by the politicians in Philadelphia, and by the Philadelphia media, that the only way we’re going to prevent cop killings on our streets is to pass more gun laws. The Philadelphia media has spent precious few resources concentrating on the three pieces of human debris that were responsible for the shooting death of Sergeant Liczbinski. I have managed to obtain complete criminal records for all three of the murderers.<br>
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    Howard Cain was the trigger man in the Liczbinski murder. You can see his fifteen page criminal record here. Let’s look at all the violations of the Pennsylvania Uniform Firearms Act that Cain has been arrested for. Keep in mind we’re only looking at gun charges, since that is what this blog concentrates on. Over Cain’s criminal career he had thirteen arrests for unlawfully carrying a firearm, that were listed “Nolle Prossed,” meaning the prosecutor chose not to bring charges. In a further eleven arrests for violations of Pennsylvania’s firearms laws, the charges were either withdrawn or dismissed. In only three cases was he prosecuted and either plead guilty or was found guilty. On weapons charges alone, he could have done 12 years in prison, in which case he would not have been on the streets to kill a police officer.<br>
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    You can find Levon Warner’s criminal record here. His is only six pages. We are happy to see Warner facing three charges for being a felon in possession of a firearm, and for unlawfully carrying firearms, in his latest arrest for conspiring to murder a police officer, and we do hope Ms. Abraham’s office will make them stick this time. Previously, the Philadelphia DA’s office thrice declined to prosecute Warner for gun law violations. The Philadelphia judicial system chose not to try him for six other violations of Pennsylvania’s gun laws.<br>
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    And last, but certainly not least, Eric Floyd. Again, hopefully this time, he’ll actually face weapons charges, in addition to the murder charges. But again, in 1994, he was arrested for robbery, and the prosecutors declined to prosecute him for carrying firearms illegally in two counts. Also in 1994, the courts declined to try him for two counts of carrying firearms illegally.<br>
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    Now keep in mind, I’m only looking at weapons charges. The rap sheets of these scumbags total twenty six pages, and contains all manner of things that should have kept them off the streets for good. I think it’s time we had a serious discussion here in Pennsylvania about how absolutely and utterly broken the City of Philadelphia’s criminal justice system is, and talk frankly about things we can do to fix it. Gun control obviously is not a solution, since the system is currently not using the laws already in the books in prosecutions. The Philadelphia media must not continue to give the politicians a free pass on deflecting blame onto others, and shame on them that it takes bloggers to bring the criminals records of these scumbags into the public light. The citizens of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania deserve better, and they aren’t getting it from either their political leaders, or from the media.
     
  2. TOOLMAKER 251

    TOOLMAKER 251 Active Member

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    Philadelphia county has major problems with crime and banning all firearms would not help. The politicians cry for tougher gun laws to show the citizens they are trying to reduce crime, but know it will solve nothing. I live 32 miles north of the city limits and my county abuts Phila. but the crime in our county is very low. Ask Mayor Nutter of Philadelphia what the percentage of crime is commited by blacks on blacks. The city of Philadelphia also has a problem with its police force for using excessive force which sometimes is caught on film by accident.
     
  3. Haskins Bill

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    POS Philadelphia! F******g N*****S is what it is all about. The whiteys in control have not got the balls to take charge and put the scum in prison. Too afraid of POS Rev Jessee and the POS Al Sharpton! Bill
     
  4. H82MIS

    H82MIS TS Member

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    Brian get it right,,the cities name is "KILLADELPHIA"
     
  5. shadow

    shadow Active Member

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    First offense = 2 years on a chain gang. Second = 4 years(same chain gang). Third = 8 years (chain gang again) Get the picture?
     
  6. JoeBerg

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    "..The whiteys in control"(?)

    Meet Michael Nutter, the recently elected Mayor of Philadelphia.

    First rule of defensive firearms training is to avoid situations that require you to carry or use a gun in the first place; those of us who reside in the Philly 'burbs know enough to stay the h@ll away from there! JoeBerg
     
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