Thursday, July 10, 2014

The Northeast Is In A Constitutional Crisis, Delaware County Sheriff Tom Mills, NY Safe Act Is Ridiculous

The Northeast Is In A Constitutional Crisis, Delaware County Sheriff Tom Mills, NY Safe Act Is Ridiculous
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Delaware County Sheriff Tom Mills says that the NY Safe Act is ridiculous and the way it was passed is a crazy way to run the government.–Stamford, New York.

July 5, 2014 Thanks to Gov. Cuomo’s leadership in proposing and a bipartisan state Legislature in passing the NY SAFE Act, all New Yorkers are safer today from gun violence, Right? 

Best quote from George Curbelo, founder of New York Revolution group: “We cannot allow a single confiscation to go unanswered. These LEOs must be accountable to their Oath”

The New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act of 2013 commonly known as the NY SAFE Act is a gun control law in the state of New York. The law was passed by the New York State Legislature on January 15, 2013, and was signed into law by Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo on the same day.

The legislation was written in response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. It was sponsored by State Senator Martin Golden.

It passed the New York State Senate on Monday, January 14, and the State Assembly on Tuesday, January 15. Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the bill into law half an hour after it passed the legislature. 

Cuomo described the law as the “toughest” gun control law in the United States.

In a Post on the forum entitled, “NY State Police Just Came to My Home and Took Everything,” a Nassau County man describes how he received a visit from State Police who wanted to inspect the serial number of a semi-automatic rifle he had just purchased.

“I brought him to my safe, opened it and the 2nd officer went in and took out my cx4, Remington 70 sps and Remington 870 shotgun. Then he says that I had a misdemeanor possession charge 15 years ago and all the guns will be taken,” the man wrote, adding that he was put through the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System when he purchased the guns with no issues.

The post elicited a huge response from other forum members who encouraged the man to get a lawyer while advising them that he shouldn’t have allowed cops to enter his home without a warrant. Others said the case highlighted how “registration leads to confiscation.”

The man now faces having to get permission from a judge in order to have his firearms returned. 

The NY SAFE Act contains a number of firearms regulations, and a severability provision, in case the broad prohibitions against weapons are invalidated by the courts.


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