Police Sending Letters to Gun Owners
By Harold Hutchison
Gun owners in Connecticut are receiving letters from the State Police, informing them that they have to either surrender certain semi-automatic firearms, sell them, or take them out of state. Furthermore, a spokesman for the Connecticut State Police has said cops will take part in confiscation if so ordered.
According to report by Ammoland.com, the letters have been sent to at least two hundred gun owners. This comes as there is one estimate that at least 350,000 people have refused to register their guns.
State Police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance told GuerillaMediaNetwork.com that if the State Police was ordered to confiscate firearms, they would do so.
Here was the phone conversation: