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The program is modeled after one that began in 1994 in St. Louis and ended in 1999, partly because funding ran out. Boston police said that in the first year of the St. Louis program, police were allowed into 98 percent of homes contacted and that guns were seized in half of them.
Originally posted by wingman77What happens to the individuals who are deemed to be in illegal possession of a firearm?
Originally posted by Throbber
reply to post by Camar
It would seem apparent you have no clue as to why these homes are apparently being searched.
Are you ignoring the information in front of you for a reason or are you just ignorantly denying ignorance?