ATF multiple-rifle demand letters upheld by appeals court

Remember that there is no basis for this in the law whatsoever. ATF just made it up the requirement.

Presumably they are adding the names they receive to their so-called "Suspect Gun Database", which they appear to use as a gun registration database and, as such, is illegal.

And all this is adding insult to injury over the Fast and Furious operation, where government agents encouraged licensed firearms dealers to make suspicious sales to crimes with the deliberate intent of seeing those firearms smuggled across the border to Mexico and retrieved from crime scenes there.

This entry was published Wed Jul 30 13:44:34 CDT 2014 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2014-07-30 04:00:20.0. [Tweet]

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