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Originally posted by thehoneycomb
I couldn't see why the man needed an ak-47 to see a movie, plus 4 other hand guns. But to be fair, maybe he wanted to see the movie and was worried about a copy cat attack.
Originally posted by OuttaHere
Isn't it obvious? This new (false flag) "trend" will eventually be used as an excuse to implement TSA-style security checkpoints in movie theaters and other public venues. It was clear to me from day one.
Originally posted by marg6043
reply to post by tothetenthpower
This man (if the story is true) was not in an agenda to kill his boss he was in an agenda to be caught by the police because I don't know about you people but why will you be carrying a gun, go at high speed and then tell the police what you are about to do?.
Sorry it smells like agenda and look like an agenda.
But then again I am nothing but an ATS conspirator after all
Originally posted by clayb2004
reply to post by Unity_99
The anti-gun crowd is always actively searching for any breaking news they can use in their favor. That's not surprising to me at all.
Originally posted by DriCo04
I live in Maine and this has been on the local news. It happened not too far from where I live.
Apparently, this guy had 4+ handguns, a few AR15's, an AK47, a Saiga 12GA shotgun, some hunting rifles, and various other firearms/ammo -- they showed it all on the local news. I'm not sure what the big deal is. He did not bring this stuff into the movies. The suspect was speeding and he was pulled over. They found all the weapons on him when he was pulled over and at that point he admitted to the cop that he had brought a loaded handgun into the movie and that he was currently driving to New Hampshire to kill his boss, or so he claimed. I think he's just a nut comin' out the woodwork in the wake of all these other crazies.