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Even within gun circles, the Freedom Group is something of an enigma. Its rise has been so swift that it has become the subject of wild speculation and grassy-knoll conspiracy theories. In the realm of consumer rifles and shotguns — long guns
According to Bloomberg News, the father of Cerberus chief executive Stephen Feinberg lives in Newtown, Conn. Cerberus said in its statement that it would "immediately" begin the process of selling off the assets of the Freedom Group.
CERBERUS is part of one of the signature Wall Street businesses of the past decade: private equity. Buyout kings like Mr. Feinberg, 51, try to acquire undervalued companies, often with borrowed money, fix them up and either take them public or sell at a profit to someone else.
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Originally posted by theAnswer1111
reply to post by Human_Alien
My view, which is critical because I don't own a gun and I get my fix of shooting by playing Battlefield 1942, is that when gun owner's rights are attacked the intelligence of the average person is attacked.
Telling people that should not have a gun is telling someone that they don't know right from wrong. That's mind control in a sense.