Neither side in an argument can find the truth when both make an absolute claim on it.
The mayor, whose staff was able to purchase illegal guns on Craigslist, including an illegal Ruger P95 9 millimeter, like the one that killed Officer Figoski, had a suggestion about how to get Congress to move.
“Maybe you show a picture of Peter Figoski with his daughters,” Bloomberg said.
The investigation targeted 125 gun dealers in 14 states. Seventy-seven of the sellers investigated agreed to sell guns to buyers who could not pass a background check. Private dealers are not required to conduct background checks prior to a sale, but it is illegal for them to sell firearms to anyone that they believe would not pass one.
Mayor Bloomberg Announced The Results Of An investigation Into Illegal Online Gun Sales « CBS New York
guess what-IF THEY COULD NOT PASS A BACKGROUND CHECK they committed a felony by buying the gun. the mayor conspired with them to do this
New York mayor investigates gun shows ? in Arizona - Los Angeles Times
ut not in his own city. This time, the mayor sent New York investigators to Arizona.
they violated federal firearms laws by buying guns in Arizona
you may apologize to me now
He demands proof of stuff that we all know-that Bloomturd sent NY Investigators to other states
when those investigators bought guns they violated the federal firearms laws and since they were not operating under the color or COVER of federal or state (ie Ohio or Arizona) law they are guilty and since the mayor sent them he was part of a conspiracy to violate the federal firearms laws
he should be in jail and his investigators as well
However, Bloomberg has this to say about the investigators:
So I guess my question is, if all of these laws were broken ... why hasn't anyone sued? Clearly Arizona officials were PO'd about the whole thing. Where's the prosecution? Or even the investigation?"A team of 40 private investigators supervised by the
global firm, Kroll, Inc. worked for four months to capture
video of gun shows. Licensed as private investigators in
17 different states, these men and women have more than
460 years of combined law enforcement experience and
included many retired federal agents and police officers.
Participants were chosen based on their prior experience
conducting undercover operations and performance
in carefully constructed simulation exercises. Every
investigator who participated in the integrity tests was
required to complete an intensive training designed and
administered by Kroll. Investigators were also taught
how to properly use sophisticated video and audio
recording devices. Cameras were concealed in baseball
hats and purses and had lenses no larger than the tip
of a ballpoint pen. The synchronized audio recording
devices were concealed in watches."