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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Criminal home invaders pretending to be cops, or the real thing? Does it matter?

Oh--one more thing. In an earlier article, we saw Josh Horwitz, of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, defend this kind of wanton butchery (37-second video clip), saying that we shouldn't "pile too much on the militarization of law enforcement," because they're "faced with an unbeleivable amount of firepower."

If Sheriff Dupnik's SWAT teams are to become the norm for law enforcement in America, it would seem that private citizens need a more "unbelievable amount of firepower." [More]
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