@ragnarokactive 3 months ago
Check out: “Malheur: The 3,025 FPS Arrest Warrant”
article by James Wesley Rawles at survivalblog.com
Notes for Wednesday – January 27, 2016
Driving off qualifies as resisting arrest NOT a justification for use of lethal force.
Walking towards an officer shouting “just shoot me” again does NOT justify use of lethal force.
Even if armed with the weapon holstered.
Was Lavoy waving a firearm when he was shot? Has anyone heard of less than lethal force first?
It wasn’t a traffic stop….it was an execution. Pure and simple.
“According to Oregon Live, the leaders had been en route to John Day – 70 miles from Burns – to appear as guest speakers at a meeting with hundreds of local residents.” Dailymail.com
Couldn’t let them garner more support, could they?
ragnarok replied to the topic Combined Force on Force / Alumni Weekend March 19/20 in the forum Tactics & Leadership 3 years, 5 months ago
I’ll be there
I’ll be there Friday pm. Count me in.
I’m not sure where to post this. After reading various patriot blogs, it has become clear to me that Max has established himself as a true, selfless, dedicated leader, who not only expresses the ideals that we cherish, but also lives and abides by them. As you all know, he was the one of the very few dissenting voices when every other…[Read more]
I understand that the situation in Oregon might well be complex and gubmint agent provocateurs may well be working the crowd. However, with your logic, Washington, Jefferson, Adams, Henry, Revere, Rush etc….were working for King George III.
Holy sh..t! I’m stunned how you simplified the ongoing situation in Oregon.
Here is some background info and history:
“And remember there will never be a perfect “hill to die on.” Every cause will have question marks. Everyone involved will be sla…[Read more]
Thanks Diz for the info. I use JP’s enhanced bolt.
There are rumors of 100K+ rounds with minimal bolt wear with the enhanced bolt from JP. Expensive….but if your life depends on it.
@johnleepettimoreiii Trying to get vetted for the alumni forum