Skip to comments.Protest Disrupts Detroit Gun Buyback Effort(MI barf alert)
Posted on 08/31/2012 10:27:32 AM PDT by marktwain
DETROIT (WWJ) - Protesters sought to disrupt a no questions asked gun buyback effort Thursday on Detroits west side.
WWJ Newsradio 950′s Florence Walton reported that gun-toting enthusiasts tried to tempt the people in line by offering them more money not to turn in their weapons.
(Excerpt) Read more at detroit.cbslocal.com ...
Yeah... And? Did anyone get any good deals? I’ve thought of doing this myself.
Is that an orange tip at the end of the barrel...? Gee, I feel so much better knowing that a deadly assault toy is off the streets!
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I have been trying to find out. All I know so far is that at least one guy bought two shotguns for $75 each. The police put up a line of five officers in the middle of the street to intimidate people from approaching the gun buyers.
At least one person with a shotgun told a reporter that he would not “risk it” by selling his gun for cash, because of the police.
Interesting. I posted the usual comment about how these events are political theater whose real effects are defrauding poor and ignorant people of valuable property while increasing the demand for new guns and wasting police resources for political purposes.
I guess they did not want that comment to be seen.
Dat mean I doan get da fiddy if I bring my boy? He got da suspend fo doin da OG wid his finga?
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since they’re banned in public skools, will they pay me for a chicken finger shaped like a gun?
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