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CT Governor’s Office Threatens Veteran With Arrest For Questioning Gun Ban

Tim Brown
Freedom Outpost

We received the following email from retired U.S. Navy veteran Geoff Ross. After speaking with him via phone, Ross sent us an email, in which he claims that Connecticut Governor Daniel P. Malloy’s officer threatened him with arrest by the Connecticut State Police after he tried numerous times to get answers to questions about the governor’s sweeping gun measures that he signed into law.

We also called the governor’s office and, while we were not threatened as Mr. Ross was, we were met with a bit of hostility for probing questions regarding the constitutionality of the gun ban.

Dear Patriots across America,

Yesterday and today I called the office of Governor Malloy in CT with several questions regarding the Unconstitutional gun and 30 round magazine ban he just illegally signed into law.

I asked if the Governor had a weapon I asked if the aids [sic] who were taking my phone calls carried and owned guns.

I was told its none of my damn business. Ha said I !! Really ?…


Read the rest at Freedom Outpost.

Also at the site, NY Gun Confiscation Starts & May Set Precedent For Gun Confiscation Across The Nation

UpdateConnecticut gun-maker to leave state over new laws

A Connecticut gun-maker announced on Wednesday it intends to leave the state, just six days after passage of restrictive gun control legislation, while two other manufacturers said they are considering relocation offers from other states.Manufacturers also plan to lobby the state’s congressional delegation next week “to make sure they hear from our side,” said Mark Malkowski, president of Stag Arms in New Britain.

Bristol-based PTR said in a statement posted on its website that it has not decided where it will move, but has commitments from most employees to relocate. The company makes military-style rifles and employs more than 40 people. PTR Vice President John McNamara said the company expects to make a more formal announcement about a move within six weeks…

…The Connecticut Valley in Connecticut and western Massachusetts has been home to a large gun industry dating to the Revolutionary War…

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