“Every so often I read one [gun-grab request] just to be sure,” Dr. Glatt, a psychologist, said. “I am not going to second guess. I
don’t see the patient. I don’t know the patient.”
Even if just one dangerous person had a gun taken away, “that’s a good thing,” said Brian Malte, senior national policy director of the
Brady Campaign To Prevent Gun Violence
The article mentions that 144,000 were admitted to New York mental hospitals in 2012. The law went into effect in 2013, so while the numbers were not
exact it would appear based on those numbers that after 1 year and six months roughly 34,500 of 216,000 people have had their guns grabbed or gun
rights taken away. That would mean you have a roughly 16% chance of having your gun rights taken away if you are admitted to a mental health center in
New York. The article also mentions while an average of 98.2% of the gun-grab requests are approved in New York, in at least some places the number is
Are guns actually being grabbed in the USA? Yes. I know this because after an acquaintance of mine in Pennsylvania had their gun seized by police
after someone reported receiving a threat of violence from that person, I've been paying close attention to gun-grabbing. Liberals should throw a
party since the gun-grabbing is now going large-scale after Katrina was successfully used to justify grabbing guns from people house-to-house.
By crunching numbers reported by the DCJS, I believe there are roughly 5,500 firearms related crimes in New York each year.
So, for every 5,500 firearm crimes in New York, more than 20,000 people have their firearm rights removed on the mere suspicion alone that a firearm
crime may be committed. So, here is the survey question for you (the reader) to answer: given a 16% chance that your firearm rights will be taken
away, do you fully cooperate in the mental health center or do you attempt to behave and communicate differently so as to be released with your rights
intact? Personally I would communicate and behave the way I think I should to be released with my rights intact. I am someone who think doctors are
wrong about half the time though any way. And even though I don't live in New York, I have to behave and communicate differently in my own state
because my state could very well be next on the gun-grab list and surely they could go into historic records to try to justify taking away any gun I
Regardless of all of that, why would any person tasked with this job of deciding whether to remove guns or otherwise violate gun rights ever take a
chance of personal responsibility for this should one of his denied applications result in a death? Its a system designed to grab guns. Once again,
the system was set up based on random nonsense rather than objective metrics, as is always the case in politics. That is why nearly every single
allegation will result in a gun rights violation.
Like millions of other Americans, I was kidnapped into a mental health facility. In retrospect I can see why I was kidnapped... because someone told
the police I was acting dangerously to myself. But, they didn't tell me that so there was no comprehension of why I was being abused. I was behaving
strangely but only a slightly dangerously to myself, not much. According to government records that are generally sealed, I put myself in great
danger, then assaulted someone, and finally threatened to hurt another person. LOL, really I have to laugh out loud at that nonsense. Oh wow. What
actually happened was a did something slightly risky (in addition to getting very emotional) and was reported for that, so the police came. I was
arrested with excessive force and then placed into full restraints without having so much as coming close to touching or threatening any one. The
"assault" was very literally nothing more than me politely asking someone to stop invading my personal space. Had it been a Youtube it would have
been the bad cop of the day story, or at least the bad cop of the hour story. Me "threatening to hurt someone" was actually me asking someone else
to stop hurting them self, and they misinterpreted that as me telling them I was going to hurt them. So, had this happened in New York I would be a
victim of the New York liberal gun-grabbers.