reply to post by DaMod
They raise a very important question in that and it's a dead serious one.
What exactly DOES happen if the ATF goes into a home/compound in Laramie or Cheyenne with their usual convoy of doom ('ala Waco) and ..knowing
they're in a potentially hostile state to begin with....have a few helicopters of additional agents in Fort Collins on standby to come up and assist?
What does the Laramie county Sheriff do when he's out-manned, out gunned and generally at the mercy of a far stronger force? I mean we're all
discussing this in the context of polite society where all laws matter and would at least be given lip service between Law Enforcement agencies. What
if..that's assuming a bit much for how the ATF would stage a raid in Wyoming if they decided they needed to, and knew what may come at them in
Perhaps Wyoming needs to look into having it's own equivalent with State Marshals.State Agents who carry basically the same God like powers of
Jurisdiction and ordering other law enforcement to assist without having to file requests and justifications for it as the Federal counterparts?
It might go differently if a "Wyoming Marshal" were there and could literally, with a couple phone calls, have the whole departments of Cheyenne,
Laramie and smaller ones in the County rolling with state police and all at full speed. It might be the whole difference of it working or being the
shortest state protest in history?