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Thursday, July 06, 2006


A man living in Montana has been raided by the ATF as well as Canadian agents, and has been released. No big deal, right? Happens all the time, right? Well...

This man, Richard Celata, was intitially suspected by the Feds because he was handing out Alex Jones and other political material to people in his local community, including the local sheriff, which may or may not have been the best decision. Still, it's not illegal to hand out political material to local officials -- not yet, anyway.

Richard Celata had been making 80% gun receivers, which from the media would sound terrible, but are in fact completely legal. In fact, there was no arrest made, though the Feds took his computer and much of his gunworks.

I'd like to hear a reasonable argument for why it's justified for mask-covered goons to raid a man's house, find no illegality, and do it all with a warrant that had no signed affidavit. This is where we're going, into a future where it's ok for Federal agents to raid someone's home, piss on their lawn, break and steal their private property, and leave without so much as disclosing any agent's name or identity.

This is fascism.


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