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Saturday, June 02, 2007

How do you spell anti-gun hypocrisy? B-i-g W-e-a-s-el

I've been writing a lot about one criminal, thuggish hypocrite who wishes to disarm the citizenry--let's look at another. I present Hector "Big Weasel" Marroquin--founder of the Los Angeles based group No Guns, which at one time received funding from the city.

Hector "Big Weasel" Marroquin, 51 -- who founded the one-time city-funded group "No Guns" in 1996, purportedly to work against gang and gun violence in the inner city -- is charged with the sale of an assault rifle, a machine gun, two pistols and two silencers, Susan Raichel, a spokeswoman with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms told the Los Angeles Times.

According to the article, Marroquin's No Guns group had received 1.5 million dollars from the city, as part of its L.A. Bridges program. No Guns lost its city funding last year when our naughty weasel was arrested on other weapons charges (case still pending).

The civilian disarmament crowd certainly knows how to pick its representatives.

It seems that great minds think alike (or in this case, my mind happened to think similarly to a great one)--more coverage can be found here: The War on Guns: Pop Goes "Big Weasel"