Skip to comments.NY Gun Confiscation Underway – Citizens Told to Turn in Pistol Owner ID & Firearms
Posted on 04/10/2013 7:09:18 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
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Title makes it sound like it’s all citizens, not just the ones that many think should.
Time to start seeing a cash only doctor, whom is NOT beholden to the feds.
There are many more of these doctors popping up. Time to find one.
It really could be almost all citizens depending on the discression of the grabbers. How many people have at any time taken an anti-depressant or live with anyone who has?
Family or not, job in NY or not, I would definitely move. NY thinks they are above the Founding Fathers, the Constitution, and everything fought for over the last 300 years. May the leaders rot.
As long as due process is observed:
Here’s the due process - Doc writes a script, doc tells the cops, cops take your guns.
Yep. Going hot...
It won't go hot until someone on our side shoots back. Which ain't gonna happen, because unlike them, we follow the law.
And we're about to stop doing that.
” - - - we follow the law. - - - “
Which Law? The Second Amendment, or the up-coming Senate RINO Cave-In POS?
> I have come to the conclusion that HIPPA was more about protecting physicians, hospitals and medical device companies that it was about protecting the patient.
HIPPA is one of the worst liberal schemes to ever be inflicted upon us.
Seven years ago my sister-in-law, a US citizen, went to Vietnam to visit relatives. Some months after returning, she injured herself and the site of the injury got worse and worse. Although she speaks and understand everyday conversational English, she did not understand what the doctor told he about her problem and asked me to find out for her (complete with signed permission paper.) It didn’t make any difference, I was not her husband or an immediate blood relative, so I was refused access to the information about her condition, even when she accompanied me to the doctor’s office.
It took me 4 months and a judge, before I found out that she had contracted TB from some coworker at work. She didn’t know what she had and HIPPA was in the way of finding out.
After determining her affliction she underwent the proper treatment (with a different doctor) and was declared TB free about 2 years later.
HIPPA is useless. Darn near every medical encounter starts with “waive your HIPPA rights or you get no service.”
What a horrible experience. So glad she is well now.
Patients who go on SSRI’s are not being told they were yielding their 2nd amendment rights. Just think if you went on an allergy medication and weren’t told that by doing so, you yield your right to freedom of speech or assembly. Some smart lawyers are going to make a fortune in malpractice lawsuits.
The owner says his pistol permit might have been suspended because of past medications he was prescribed.
Tresmond (the attorney) believes it might be linked to his client's past medications
Any encroachment, including the Gun Control Acts of '34 and '68 are direct violations of our 2nd Amendment Rights. But as for the guy in the above referenced article, there's too many "could be's" and "might be's" to know why they took his guns. There very likely could be way more to this story and I prefer to see some verifiable and conclusive evidence before I jump on this particular bandwagon.
“This year will go down in history for the first time a civilized nation has full gun registration. Our streets will be safer, our police more efficient, and the world will follow our lead into the future.”
Adolph Hitler (1935 Weapons Act of Nazi Germany)
Millions of people take trazadone and amitritptyline and other tricyclics to aid in sleep. These drugs are considered psychotropic drugs. Thus many millions are now subject to gun confiscation although they have no mental problems.
NOTE: Hippa is a federal law. What are the chances of Eric Holder prosecuting violations of Hippa when used for gun confiscation.
health care provider can be anyone and anything. Even a desk jockey insurance supervisor is a “provider.”
No medical training required.
Decisions will be made based on racial quotas, immigration origin, political positions/registrations and religion. (very ussr)
I am now in search of the ‘underground’ doctors, cash only.
There seems to be more and more of them popping up. Since they are underground, it’s difficult to find one.....but I will continue my search.
It’s one of the inevitable results of everyone screaming about the drugs that these crazy people used/took when they went out and shot people up.
Yup, same with health care "professional"
You might as well say it was inevitable they’d grab all the guns. If it wasn’t this it’d be something else.
I don’t believe it’s inevitable that our guns will be taken from us, at least not in my lifetime, and I figure I’ve got 15-20 yrs left.
Also, isn’t this an admission that the drugs are the problem?
It is the pretext.
If a person has a competency issue, there has to be a ruling by a judge based on medical experts and representation by counsel.
This s a taking without court due process and just some “provider”. If the provider decides they don’t like the second amendment then nobody who crosses their desk will have any second amendment civil rights.
This is a matter that screams for an emergency injunction.
I think you nailed that pretty well!
Yes, the Tresmond Law Firm in Erie County, NY. Listening to the interview with Tom Bauerle embdedded in the Blaze story now.
A neuro doc prescribed a trial of valium for “a friend” last year for spasticity (muscle stiffness) associated with an MS-like condition (which is also frequently prescribed for folks with MS) having nothing to do with a mental health diagnosis.
After one day “my friend” stopped taking the valium due to immediate adverse side effects.
Looks like “my friend” needs to rent a boat soon!
This PDF file simply says the man has to surrender firearms. It doesn’t say why. We don’t know why. That’s my point.
Then there's this: A New York State Police Spokeswoman would not elaborate on details of this case but did say that, "No one, including State Police, is taking guns from anyone because they are on anti-anxiety medications."
No, don't throw the valium overboard!
Again, as in the above linked articles, your article is chock full of “apparantly” and “likely” while nobody authoritative has offered anything definitive.
the attorney indicates why in the accompanying news article on a thread i started here http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3006374/posts
“No, don’t throw the valium overboard!”
My “friend” has a naughty RN wife who has a whole drawer full of meds that should have been thrown out long ago and that is where the unused valium resides!
Ok... So a lawyer for a law firm says he has a client that is currently under a confiscation order isn’t good enough for you. He mentions his firm is currently handling 2 such cases.
But this isn’t good enough for you.
Not sure what you are looking for as “definitive”.