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118059 No. 118059 ID: 5c87e8
Law hasn't been in place a month, the ink isn't even dry yet and already people's rights are being abused. Want to own a gun to protect yourself when there are a lot of people who might be really, really angry at you? Prove to the court that you're mentally fit first. Can't afford a friendly doctor cause you're an orphan? Too bad, lol.
Good luck catching some zzzzz if you ever get out on bail, kid.

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/379422-police-petition-to-stop-accused-florida-shooters-brother-from

Police in Florida are using a new state law to try and stop the younger brother of the accused shooter at a Parkland, Fla. high school from owning a gun.

The Broward Sheriff’s Office said that it has petitioned the courts for a risk protection order that would stop Zachary Cruz from owning a gun, under a new law passed earlier this month, the Miami Herald reported Tuesday.

The law, which was passed to try and prevent mass shootings like that in Parkland, gives law enforcement the ability to ask a judge to remove guns from a person’s home or stop them from buying a firearm until that individual can show a court that they’re mentally fit.

Cruz’s brother, Nikolas Cruz, has been indicted on murder charges in last month’s mass shooting in Parkland that left 17 people dead, and could face the death penalty.

Zachary Cruz, 18, was arrested on Monday for trespassing at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where the shooting took place.

He told law enforcement that he went to the school to “reflect on the school shooting and soak it in.”

Cruz is now being held in custody after a Broward County Judge Kim Theresa Mollica set a $500,000 bond on Tuesday, according to the Herald.

The normal bond for trespassing on school grounds is $25, which Cruz has already paid, according to his attorney.

“He’s being held because of who he’s related to, not because of what he did,” Cruz’s attorney said in court.

Mollica ordered that Cruz’s home be searched for guns and that he not be in contact with his brother or people affiliated with Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the newspaper reported.
>> No. 118060 ID: ab61a9
Sure is great we elected a New York liberal who thinks assault weapons should be banned, and that the NRA has been subverted by the Russians and is busy ranting about antifa instead of protecting our rights.
>> No. 118062 ID: 5ab28a
>>118060
NRA is an industry lobbyist and impending bans are a proven effective sales technique. They probably all voted for hillary and are relived that their 2nd choice turned out to be a gun grabber as well
>> No. 119108 ID: 40e6e5
Everyone laughed in 1984 because "1984" didn't happen, but who's laughing now?

Americans are obviously whistling down to the concentration camps.

Are you going to do nothing?

Are you going to say nothing?

WTF?
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