Skip to comments.Christie calls for investigation of New Jersey agency's response to boy-with-gun photo
Posted on 03/28/2013 7:29:29 AM PDT by marktwain
This undated photo provided by Shawn Moore shows his son Josh, 10, holding a rifle his father gave him for his 11th birthday, at their home in Carneys Point, N.J. (Shawn Moore)
TRENTON, N.J. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is asking the attorney general to probe the state's visit to the home of a man who uploaded a photo on Facebook of his 10-year-old son holding a military-style rifle.
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I take it that since the boy got the gun for his 11th birthday, he is no longer 10, right? To the anti-gun media, the father seems worse to say the boy was 10.
Yes, good for Christie.
Calling first, what a concept.
Unless Christie personally arranges severe punishment for the clowns who did this, the politically correct apparatchiks will simply continue to violate people’s civil rights.
Boys and 22’s go together. What a nice picture.
He should now go to an Appleseed Shoot and learn both about rifle shooting and the history of Lexington and Concord. There is one held every month near Valley Forge PA.
“In a statement, Carney Point Police Chief Robert DiGregorio and Mayor Richard Gatanis said officers went to the family’s home after getting anonymous tips that a boy there might have access to weapons and ammunition.”
Good Lord. That’s enough for a police response? “Anonymous tips”? “might”?
Why not a helicopter? Or a drone? Or monitor emails and phone calls?
“Hello, this is Walmart”
“Got any .22 shells?”
Now, *there’s* enough for a search warrant. Send in the dogs and all.
I take it that since the boy got the gun for his 11th birthday, he is no longer 10, right?
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Realizing anything is ‘possible’ he may have been given it early to coincide with another event???
That said, Our “FREE PRESS” had no problem showing a picture of a 16 yo thug that was taken when he was 11 and telling the world he was the ‘innocent’ victim.
Christie should be investigating DYFS across the board. Talk to almost anyone in NJ and ask them what they think of DYFS.
DYFS = terrorists
My family survived a terrorist attack by DYFS.
Exactly! From the stories I have been told the Bill of Rights does not exist in DYFS’ world. They do whatever they want, where ever they want to whomever they want to. They use the police to enforce their will and the popo follows their orders like subservient little robots.
We were fortunate to go before a judge who understood the Bill of Rights, and had common sense. He slapped DYFS up one side and down the other.
That’s a good thing. They try to keep people too intimidated to seek redress in the courts from what I’ve heard.
They hated me. I recorded everything, and refused to sign anything. Whenever they gave me something to sign, I took it and said I’d show it to my lawyer before signing. The first time I did that, they got the paper back from me and replaced it with a similar looking but slightly different version. They refused to show me the one they had tried to get me to sign. After that, I just kept everything and refused to give it back. They told me I wasn’t allowed to record them, but I did it anyway. I told them if they didn’t want to be recorded, they could leave (or let me leave if I was on their turf). They didn’t like me at all.
He slapped DYFS around? Good for him.
Now, the individual agents that made the decisions to be assclowns?
What about their “condition of slappage”?
If I knew where to being, I’d like to start a movement of holding agents of the government personally, individually and serverally liable for their conduct.
Make having malfeasance insurance a requisit for hold a government job involved in any enforcement. If someone has a claim, their rates go up until they can’t afford to be in that job any more.
I think it’s been pretty well established that you are fully within your rights to record them.
Tell them that they are lying when they say you can’t record them, and that you have that lie on tape, and you’ll ask your attorney what action can be taken against them for telling you that.
You were doing it right! ;-) lol