A couple called 911 because they heard the neighbors yelling, “Shoot, shoot, I dare you.” The police responded and asked the residents of the apartment where the guns were.

There were no guns. It was a guy and his friends watching the Tampa Bay Lightning play the Colorado Avalanche in the NHL’s Stanley Cup Finals, and they were screaming “shoot” at the players on TV.

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Matthew · June 18, 2022 at 11:53 am

But if there had been a firearm found somewhere, the resident and all guests would have had to either: A. Sign a release saying that ALL weapons were willingly surrendered and MAYBE get them back someday or B. Not sign, lose all weapons found permanently and probably be arrested. And if you go with A and they find out that anything was held back, you go to prison (gulag). Oh, and the “Authorities” will be checking what is turned over against the illegal firearm database that they “don’t have”.

Surly Belligerent Rabble · June 18, 2022 at 5:47 pm

Read about a case in Commierado where a comrade citizen took out an active shooter and the poleece pulled up and shot him down because they thought he was the shooter.
Red State had a case last year where a vibrancy opened up at a cemetary and a passing motorist put him down after losses of two humans.
Now Constitutional Carry is the law of the land.
Red Flags are for geriatric fossil gynocracys where peace and safety enclosed in bubble wrap and masks are the default setting.

joe · June 18, 2022 at 6:59 pm

you can tell the police to go fuck themselves…you see me, no problems…you see my wife/girlfriend, no problems…go fuck yourself…

BobF · June 18, 2022 at 7:27 pm

Damned lucky a SWAT team didn’t make a forced entry with itchy trigger fingers, as if there are any other kind in that situation. Wonder where the neighbor would have sent the note to then.

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