posted on Jan, 14 2013 @ 05:03 AM
A White Plains home that is listed on a publicized
handgun permit database was burglarized last night.
Officials say the target of the burglary was the
homeowner's gun case.
The break-in was a result of the homeowner's name and
address being published by the Journal News last
month, along with thousands of other registered gun
I posted this here because I felt there was hidden agendas behind the "official stance"this newspaper took on this story.
In other threads, I have posted about unintended consequences of the original news story.
The hidden agenda, in my opinion, was to attempt to arrouse aggression from legal gun owners to promote divisiveness in an ongrowing campaign to
divide our country. The haves, the have nots. The reds, the blues, the race conflicts, etc.
This article directly points out the unintended consequnces if their actions.
1. Painting legal gunowners as targets for burglary as a way to obtain clean guns for crime or re-sales
2. Painting non-gun owners/unregistered homes as potential targets for easier burgary with less risk
3. Outing innocent targets of stalking/abuse/divorce/rape/child molestation hiding from predators that bought weapons for self defense
4. Targetting judges/police/prosectors/public officials by ex-convicts or others with grudges.
Do the victims of this burglary have a right to sue the newspaper? If so, on what grounds?
edit on 14-1-2013 by Libertygal because: (no reason given)
edit on 14-1-2013 by Libertygal because: ETA additional links