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Your county sheriff can help protect your firearms from confiscation orders. Here's how.
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Published a year ago |
Not only can your local and county LEO and Sheriff refuse to comply with gun confiscation orders, they have the power to go a step further and arrest LEO's for violating a citizen's civil rights under 18 U.S. Code 241 "Conspiracy Against Rights." Active LEO's may arrest Active LEO's on the spot for violating Constitutional protections. "Conspiracy Against Rights" is a crime that may be charged against active LEO's who violate the Constitutional protections afforded Americans.

Red-flag ERPOs are dangerous to liberty. In technical terms, they call it an ex parte order. These orders violate due process, which is a guaranteed protection for Americans in the U.S. Constitution. It's serving punishment on an American for doing nothing wrong. It's like confiscating an automobile from an alcoholic, being suspicious that the alcoholic will cause a death. It's “guilty until proven innocent.” It violates due process because the gun-owner victim, who has not committed a crime, is not afforded the opportunity to be heard by a court before his firearm is confiscated. The burden is placed solely on the gun-owner victim who has not committed a crime, to hire and pay for a lawyer and then try to obtain his stolen property back. This is not how our system of justice works in America.

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