Skip to comments.Nov 2018: Maryland officers serving 'red flag' gun seizure fatally shoot armed man
Posted on 01/06/2019 9:21:25 PM PST by Mechanicos
Two police officers ordered to remove firearms from a house on a red flag protective order fatally shot an armed man Monday morning in Ferndale, Maryland, police said.
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I’ll never give them my arms, but they can have my ammo 1 round at a time.
Not news...several months old.
Trying to confiscate or seize or steal American citizens property by force the inevitable consequence will be blood flowing in the streets. It doesnt take more than two tiny little brain cells to know this simple fact
Who wouldnt answer door at 5 a.m without a gun?!
Could not gather enough strength to stop the fascist bastards, so now they are being killed by them.
If the killing continues to be a success for the goons, look for it to accelerate.
Enables standing back to appreciate the guests.
Who ordered the seizure visit for 5:17 AM? Pure stupidity and could/did get someone killed.
Well, at least they didn’t nuke him like Congressman Eric Swalwell wants to do.
Gee, I wonder whos side the cops will be on.
After a couple of cops have been killed by this seizure business...they will question the order given to them, and turn this into some requirement which mandates twenty police to storm some house, in order to prevent cop deaths. All this will do is infuriate the public, and trigger neighbors to pull out their weapons and think some police-state attack is underway and you end up with a whole neighborhood firing back on police.
His niece said one of her aunt’s did, but she doesn’t know why. It’s like hiring free hitmen, with no chance of punishment.
Congressman Eric Swalwell will see if he can target an ICBM.
“Who wouldnt answer door at 5 a.m without a gun?!”
Precisely. Two months ago I had a knock at my door at 11 pm at night. I live in the countryside and my house is 500 feet down my road to my house. I was awake and did answer my door as I thought it may have been one of my neighbors in trouble. I did have a gun in my hand when I opened the door.
Oddly it was a gps problem. They went to the wrong house due to error of gps. I told them where they needed to go, and no problems.
What I find odd about the story is it said the man put his gun down and then a struggle ensued over the gun. When a man puts his gun down he is surrendering. This story sucks.
Officer’s name please!
Monday, November 5, 2018
Why answer the door in person at all? Get a video doorbell and answer your door from a safe area of the house (or even from all the way across the country) and not have to worry about getting attacked through the door.
I still say anyone making a red flag call needs to be the first one to the door to explain it all.
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