Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Are background checks for guns purchased at gun shows required in your state?

How Many People Have Been Killed by Guns Since The Newtown School Shooting on Dec. 14, 2012?

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Are background checks for guns purchased at gun shows or from private sellers required in your state? An estimated 40 percent of gun sales in America take place without a required background check. Seventy-four percent of NRA members support mandatory background checks for all gun purchases, a position the NRA has stridently opposed.

NRA, every gun is sacred, and no price in life is too high to pay for protecting guns and the profits that can be made in making and selling them. Notice here how the NRA is attempting to keep in circulation the guns that were turned in and bought back in Tucson, Arizona. "But what's key is Rathner's next quote, where he basically says that if the law doesn't work in the NRA's favor, the NRA will get lawmakers to make it work:

Rathner says the NRA will ask for an accounting of every weapon turned in and then go to court to stop the firearms from being destroyed. If that doesn't work, Rathner says they'll change the law.

"We just go back and we tweak it and tune it up, and we work with our friends in the Legislature and fix it so they can't do it," Rathner adds. NRA Plans to Sue Tucson Police Department Over Destroying Bought-Back Guns  

Read how the NRA made absolutely sure in Ct in 2011 that Nancy and Adam Lanza could get all the high capacity magazines they wanted which Adam Lanza used to massacre the first-graders in Newton on 12.14 2012.

In 2011, NRA Shot Down CT Law To Limit 30-Shot Magazines "proposal in March 2011 would have made it a felony to possess magazines with more than 10 bullets and required owners to surrender them to law enforcement or remove them from the state. Opponents sent more than 30,000 e-mails and letters to state lawmakers as part of a campaign organized by the NRA and other gun advocates, said Robert Crook, head of the Hartford- based Coalition of Connecticut Sportsmen, which opposed the legislation."
Credit: Yamiche Alcindor, USA TODAY
Art teacher Eric Mueller sets up 27 wooden angel cut-outs in memory of the victims of the elementary school shooting in Newtown, Conn.

Thanks to NRA policy that was maintained in CT in the 00's, this child's death was ensured. 

"A lone state trooper stood at attention beside the closed, white coffin in the sanctuary as Monsignor Robert Weiss returned to Olivia's last moments. He recalled that a Newtown police officer bent down to the dying girl, held her in his arms and said "I love you.""

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