Why are people that buy stolen goods ...

Why are people that buy stolen goods not prosecutedmore

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Cosby, TN

#1 Oct 23, 2009
A friend of mine was telling me that a guy signed an affidavit saying he saw this guy buy 2 guns from 2 pill whores.The law went to the guys house and raided it finding over 150 guns.While they were raiding the place the 2 pill whores went back to where they had stolen the 2 guns and stole all 25 he had left plus some Winchester knives that were collecter items.Why would the law leave the raided house without getting serial numbers off the guns or better yet confiscate them until they could be identified?A guy that has over 150 guns is doing a little more than protecting himself.Where is LCB when you need him?Peace to those willing to fight for it.

Jamestown, TN

#2 Jul 13, 2010
They don't care they would rather let pill poppers and low life's steal from people then they would do their jobs, I can't tell you how many peoples homes where broken into out in that area and kept the families out of their own homes and when families went back the thief's done too more if not all and what is funny they know who is behind most break ins and they just don't care, But you let it happen to one of them or someone they know or family and they bring out the bloodhounds.

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