Cops showing up to the school and parking a quarter of a mile away, no medical helicopter sent to evacuate the wounded, students being sent back into classrooms filled with dead bodies and told to wait while they search for the shooter, FBI classifying all information related to the incident, Adam Lanza diagnosed with aspergers which often correlates with low muscle tone being able to carry a rifle, a shotgun, multiple handguns and hundreds or rounds of ammo and killing dozens in under 15 minutes, not a single lawsuit filed against the school district, 17 million dollars raised by charities, the Super Bowl supposedly honoring those that died yet won't reveal their actual names...these are just some of the questions posed.
And so CT state troopers show up at his house, read off a list of all his past accomplishments in law enforcement, teaching, and the military, and told if he doesn't stop asking questions "something bad" will happen to him...
It's bullshit. It's all bullshit...to justify this:
» “Surrender Your Firearms,” Connecticut Tells Unregistered Gun Owners Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!
The State of Connecticut is now demanding that gun owners across the state turn in all newly-banned, unregistered firearms and magazines or face felony arrest.
The State Police Special Licensing & Firearms Unit began mailing out notices to gun owners who attempted to register their firearms and accessories with the state but did not do so in time for the Jan. 1 deadline of Connecticut’s newly enacted gun control law.
The law bans the sale of magazines holding over 10 rounds and “assault rifles” manufactured after 1994 and requires that residents who possessed either before the ban to register them with the state.
“We are returning your application for [an] assault rifle certificate and/or [a] large capacity magazine declaration because it was not received or postmarked prior to January 1, 2014 as required by law,” the notice states.
The letter breaks down the gun owner’s “options,” including surrendering their firearms and magazines to the police, selling them to a gun dealer, removing them from the state or rendering them inoperable.
Because these owners attempted to register their guns and accessories, the state can now prosecute them at will because they know exactly who they are.
But when it comes to the vast majority of gun owners who did not register at all, Connecticut lacks clout.
Last month it was revealed that out of the over 2.4 million high-capacity magazines in Connecticut, only 38,000 have been registered.