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Old July 26th, 2018, 10:27 AM #11
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they're looking for a settlement and a nice payout. Hope Cabelas fights hard.


This. People looking for a payday


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Old July 26th, 2018, 10:48 AM #12
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This. People looking for a payday
If only Alcoa hadn't mined the ore and refined the aluminum to make the parts ...

(yes, I know most glocks today are plastic, but I don't know the name of the company that mines plastic ore.)
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If only Alcoa hadn't mined the ore and refined the aluminum to make the parts ...

(yes, I know most glocks today are plastic, but I don't know the name of the company that mines plastic ore.)
That would be Exxon, BP, et al.
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"It seeks damages related to the 2016 purchase of a pistol and bullets by the girlfriend of a convicted felon who was barred from purchasing a firearm. That gun later ended up in the hands of two juveniles, who also were not allowed to buy or possess firearms." If this lady read, filled out, and signed the AT Form 4473 then its not Cabala's fault. I assumed she passed the background check, or she wouldn't have got the firearm. Be it she had a boyfriend who was a convicted felon or not. If the weapon ended up in the hands of two juveniles, it still isn't Cabala's fault. Some people will do anything to make a buck.
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https://www.delawareonline.com/story...gun/829917002/

This article appeared in the Wilmington Paper today.

The shooters will be retried due to a mistrial.

The boyfriend got 27 mos.

There is absolutely no mention of the straw purchaser being charged or convicted.

Hmm...Delaware beefs up it's laws on straw purchase but does not even bother to prosecute her.
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The news report is a little confusing. States the prohibited person had his girlfriend buy a 40cal handgun. He then immediately traded it for a STOLEN 22cal. Then states the murdered woman was killed by the weapon purchased from Cabela’s. He was later sentenced to 27 months for unlawful possession. What about the girlfriend that bought it?
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https://www.delawareonline.com/story...gun/829917002/

This article appeared in the Wilmington Paper today.

The shooters will be retried due to a mistrial.

The boyfriend got 27 mos.

There is absolutely no mention of the straw purchaser being charged or convicted.

Hmm...Delaware beefs up it's laws on straw purchase but does not even bother to prosecute her.
Hasnít the pattern pretty much been the girlfriend of a prohibited person performs the purchase. But then doesnít get charged because theyíre a victim and feared for their life if they didnít do it?
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