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(Not the police, but the Department of Youth and Family Services lady)
Did this photograph spark a police action that tried to enter a New Jersey home without a warrant? That's the story being told on a website dedicated to ...
This post was edited by 442Bama 13 months ago
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Yeah, we should probably not start the revolution until a story like that is reported on more reputable sites than "TheBlaze" and an open-carry forum.
How many you want.? I thought you would probably be familiar with the Huffington Post.
The family of Josh Moore asked caseworkers and police to leave their Carneys Point home last Friday because they did not have a search warrant
Shawn Moore, a dad in New Jersey, got a visit from the police and social workers after posting a Facebook photo of his son holding a gun. Moore says the New Jersey Department of Youth and Family Services arrived with cops and tried to enter his home without a warrant.
The ruddy-cheeked, camouflage-clad boy in the photo smiles out from behind a pair of glasses, proudly holding a gun his father gave him as a present for his upcoming 11th birthday. The weapon in the photo, posted by his dad on Facebook, resembles a military-style assault rifle but, his father says, is actually just a .22-caliber copy.
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An online photo of a 10-year-old New Jersey boy clad in camouflage and holding what appears to be a military-style assault rifle prompted a rapid response from child welfare. But the boys dad claims the agency worker went too far.
Touche. And yeah, that's baloney. No arguments here.
Glad I don't live up there in yankee land
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