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AP: Some stolen US military guns used in violent crimes

At least 1,900 U.S. military firearms were lost or stolen in the past decade. An @AP investigation finds machine guns, pistols and assault rifles vanished from armories, supply warehouses, Navy warships and elsewhere.

6/19/2021 7:19:00 PM

At least 1,900 U.S. military firearms were lost or stolen in the past decade. An AP investigation finds machine guns, pistols and assault rifles vanished from armories, supply warehouses, Navy warships and elsewhere.

Pulling a pistol from his waistband, the young man spun his human shield toward police. “Don’t do it!” a pursuing officer pleaded. The young man complied, releasing the bystander and tossing the gun, which skittered across the city street and then into the hands of police.

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Its obviously an inside job. I wonder if it was the KKK aka white supremacist in the Military 🤔👇🏼 This is 2nd amendment on auto pilot. “Vanishing” 😭😂 I think more than that have been stolen in NCIS episodes in the last 10 years.

AP: Some stolen US military guns used in violent crimesPulling a pistol from his waistband, the young man spun his human shield toward police. “Don’t do it!” a pursuing officer pleaded. The young man complied, releasing the bystander and tossing the gun, which skittered across the city street and then into the hands of police.

AP: Some stolen US military guns used in violent crimesPulling a pistol from his waistband, the young man spun his human shield toward police. “Don’t do it!” a pursuing officer pleaded. The young man complied, releasing the bystander and tossing the gun, which skittered across the city street and then into the hands of police. Unfortunately, the police are DEFUNDED and I am not sure if they can launch an INVESTIGATION. Civilians might have to fight for themselves with firearms as well.

AP-NORC poll: Many Americans resuming pre-virus activitiesMany Americans are relaxing precautions taken during the COVID-19 pandemic and resuming everyday activities, even as some worry that coronavirus-related restrictions were hastily lifted, a new poll shows. Just 21% are very or extremely worried about a COVID-19 infection in their inner circle — the lowest level since the pandemic began — and only 25% are highly concerned that the lifted restrictions will lead to additional people being infected in their community. “Honestly, I almost cried,” Moran said. Hopefully they’re vaccinated! 😉

General 'shocked' by AP report on AWOL guns, considers fixShocked by an Associated Press investigation into the loss and theft of military guns, the Pentagon's top general signaled Thursday that he will consider a “systematic fix” to how the armed services keep account of their firearms. “Considers” means wait for the story to die down. Same as they handled the sexual assaults & murders happening on bases all over the country. General Shocked is a hell of a name. 😂 Any guesses to what the '7 other' weapons are? ICBMs ?

AP PHOTOS: On patrol with police in Paris' tough suburbsViolent rivalries have long been part of the policing geography in the tough Paris-region neighborhoods where inequalities and hardship are often more common than good jobs and opportunities. Police say that fighting wasn’t always as savage as it is now. When governments keep giving free housing, there is no incentive for to get up in the morning to go to work, or to find employment. You make your own equities when obligations cease. Moveable feast.

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