posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 09:49 AM
I'm not sure if some people are just trying to ignore the obvious, but the 'lady' in that recorded phone conversation ain't no lady, it's a man.
It has to be, she/he sounds like a character from a Monty Python skit. Why would a man pretend to be a woman and then clearly try to bait the police
officer over such a serious issue, it removes all credibility from the thread in my opinion. And, to be fair, the officer remained level headed and
polite throughout the conversation even though he had no idea he was being recorded. The effeminate sounding male recording the conversation obviously
had a set script, trying to catch the officer out but I believe achieved nothing if you choose to listen to the officers replies rather than just
listening to his/hers 'questions'/'statements'.
I honestly hope this isn't the best the CT gun lobby, liberty committee or whoever organized this stunt has to offer, and am surprised it has caused
such a stir.
I would like clarification on one point of the situation if someone could help me out - If the firearms in question had been declared and registered
before the announced date are the owners allowed to keep them? eg, is the point in question the type of firearm or the fact that the owners never
bothered to register them, or both.