Ammunition purchase sparks Homeland Security visit
It's anecdotal, for now, but it won't necessarily stay that way:
I don't know how Homeland Security would even find out about that, much less want to conduct a home visit purely as the result of an ammunition purchase. However, the detail about the individual being at church while his wife spoke to the investigators is one of those little tidbits that hints that the story may have a factual basis. After all, if you're just telling a story, why not talk to the investigators yourself?
It's possible they were already watching this individual for some other reason, but that doesn't necessarily help -- given the report that was recently issued from that agency, they might have been watching the guy because he's a recently returned veteran, or because he opposes gun control.
I guess we'll find out soon enough; I've ordered 800 rounds of .308 recently (for completely lawful purposes of course) and I'm not exactly friendly to the current administration. They haven't visited me... yet.
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