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    There will be no war when guns are more regulated.
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    3 million more popular votes. I'd say the numbers speak for themselves. Gerrymandering won for Trump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taernath View Post
    Literally from the Norwalk CT PD facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/91930453640...type=3&theater
    So the firearms apparently weren't illegal and belonged to the father. It doesn't state that building your own rifle is illegal or else I imagine he would have been charged with that too.

    I sure would like to see this Facebook post: "Wagshol had a Facebook post that showed his interest in committing a mass shooting."

    Because if it's like Gelston said and it was just a meme then that's bullshit.

    So ultimately he was arrested for "4 counts of Illegal Possession of Large Capacity Magazines."

    Yeah, it's a crime in this state apparently but this isn't exactly a Columbine style arrest here.

    Also why is this posted in this thread? Are we just assuming all mass shooters are right wingers now or is there more to this story?
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    Clearly the solution is censoring the internet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tgo01 View Post
    So the firearms apparently weren't illegal and belonged to the father. It doesn't state that building your own rifle is illegal or else I imagine he would have been charged with that too.

    I sure would like to see this Facebook post: "Wagshol had a Facebook post that showed his interest in committing a mass shooting."

    Because if it's like Gelston said and it was just a meme then that's bullshit.

    So ultimately he was arrested for "4 counts of Illegal Possession of Large Capacity Magazines."

    Yeah, it's a crime in this state apparently but this isn't exactly a Columbine style arrest here.

    Also why is this posted in this thread? Are we just assuming all mass shooters are right wingers now or is there more to this story?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelston View Post
    Apparently he loved Trump a lot.
    That's something then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tgo01 View Post
    That's something then.
    His twitter was talking about gassing trans people, jews, and hating black people.

    But yeah, this is just about memes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taernath View Post
    His twitter was talking about gassing trans people, jews, and hating black people.

    But yeah, this is just about memes.
    It still makes me wonder what those posts said if he wasn't charged for anything other than possession of large capacity magazines.

    Posting that you hate black people doesn't warrant a visit from the police. Saying you want to gas trans and Jews would require a visit from the police if this was an actual threat against someone and not just some stupid shit he was saying.

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    For a change of pace, here's one that wanted to shoot up an abortion clinic:

    https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/doj-...ry?id=65063192
    Farhan Sheikh, 19, was arrested last Friday evening after posting on the social media platform iFunny that he would attack a local clinic and "proceed to slaughter and murder any doctor, patient, or visitor I see in the area and I will not back down," according to a criminal complaint filed in the U.S. District Court of Chicago.

    "Consider this a warning for anyone visiting," Sheikh allegedly wrote.

    The indictment does not list the clinic where Sheikh was allegedly threatening to carry out his attack, but said it is approximately 4 miles from his residence in Chicago.

    In a post to the platform last week, Sheikh wrote he was "done" with Illinois' "abortion laws and allowing innocrnt (sic) kids to be slaughtered for the so called 'womans right' [expletive]."

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    Michael V. Zaremski

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/12/n...ex-county.html
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    The police investigating the case found a massive amount of material related to white supremacist ideologies — much of it anti-Semitic in nature — on Mr. Zaremski’s phone and computer, Mr. Mueller said.

    Investigators believed that Mr. Zaremski came to harbor white nationalist views, and that his beliefs were shaped by social media. They were still examining specific communities that he may have engaged with.

    Mr. Zaremski posted numerous photos with the hashtag “kek,” an intentional misspelling of “LOL” used by the alt-right, on his Instagram account. He also posted photos referencing Pepe the Frog, the cartoon amphibian co-opted as a white nationalist mascot. Some of Mr. Zaremski’s Instagram posts included hashtags expressing support for President Trump.

    He also used phrases explicitly associated with Nazi ideology, at one point referencing a speech given by Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi propaganda minister.

    Investigators also found multiple references to “RWDS,” or “Right Wing Death Squad,” in photos on Mr. Zaremski’s phone. The phrase, a reference to far-right, fascist death squads that killed leftist activists in Latin America, is popular among white nationalists online.

    Officials believed that Mr. Zaremski, who was an emergency medical technician, wore an “RWDS” emblem on his work jacket, Mr. Mueller said.

    Among the weapons found at Mr. Zaremski’s home were six assault-style rifles that he had assembled or was assembling, as well as 15 high-capacity magazines loaded and ready for use, the police said.

    According to the indictment, the handgun that the police in Franklin found on Mr. Zaremski also had no serial number, and he did not have a permit to carry it.
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    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/homel...b070d468cd9553

    DHS Warns Against Growing Threat Of White Supremacist Extremism Online

    The agency says the internet has become a breeding ground for domestic terrorism, following hate-based mass shootings in the U.S.

    The Department of Homeland Security is sounding the alarm on the growing danger of white supremacy across the country, warning of the internet’s ability to serve as a meeting space and a breeding ground for nationalist extremism.


    In a 37-page report called the Strategic Framework for Countering Terrorism and Targeted Violence released Friday, the department emphasized the ease at which potential domestic terrorists can network, drawing a parallel to foreign threats.


    “Similar to how ISIS inspired and connected with potential radical Islamist terrorists, white supremacist violent extremists connect with like-minded individuals online,” the report read.


    “In addition to mainstream social media platforms, white supremacist violent extremists use lesser-known sites like Gab, 8chan, and EndChan, as well as encrypted channels. Celebration of violence and conspiracy theories about the ‘ethnic replacement’ of whites as the majority ethnicity in various Western countries are prominent in their online circles.”

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