Santa Clara County DA’s Office creates team to remove firearms from dangerous offenders

I’m all for keeping guns out of the hands of criminals. What I’d like to see is stronger enforcement of current gun laws and harsher punishments for prohibited offenders.

Just serving a warrant can be dangerous enough for police. Can you imagine how volatile situations may become when trying to confiscate a violent criminal’s firearm?

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MarkyMark
MarkyMark
5 months ago

I’m for SCRAPPING ALL GUN LAWS! They infringe on the 2A. The Founders’ position on this (keeping guns out of the hands of those who shouldn’t have them) was this: if someone shouldn’t have a gun, then they shouldn’t be free and on the street in the first place. THAT’s how you handle keeping guns out of the hands of those who shouldn’t have them.

Kevin J Lankford
Kevin J Lankford
5 months ago

They are just way too fond of the terms “violent criminals” or “violent felons”, ignoring the fact that true Citizens are being denied their Second Amendment right for many of the most minor infractions, all to often having nothing to do with violence or firearms. Those are the ones who are, and will be “infringed” on the most, and will be justified in any and all due resistance.

Deplorable Patriot
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5 months ago

The question is “What is their definition for “dangerous offenders”? This team will have zero effect on criminals. Felons do not register guns so there is no way of knowing if they have a gun unless someone tells on them. What this team is doing is going after legal gun owners. Anyone can get a emergency restraining on anyone. All a person needs to do is include “I think the person may own a gun” when filing that restraining order. The person can just make up a reason to file the emergency restraining order. The next thing that happens is… Read more »