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Old 03-19-2013, 09:11 PM  
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Dad's photo of son with .22 on facebook brings the cops wearing tactical gear

http://news.cnet.com/8301-17852_3-57...cops-to-house/



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I am sure there are several 11-year-old boys who are terribly proficient at handling a gun.

But, given that I wouldn't trust an 11-year-old boy with a popsicle, I would just as well not be anywhere near them.

This, however, doesn't appear to have been the policy of the authorities in New Jersey. They were allegedly alarmed by a Facebook photo of Josh Moore, aged 11, holding a .22 rifle, and they allegedly wanted to get very near him.

The photo had been posted by his father, Shawn, to Facebook. It showed Josh, in his camouflage outfit and rather bright sneakers.

Shawn Moore told his story to a forum on the Delaware Open Carry Web site.

He said he received a text from his wife that police and alleged members of the Department of Youth and Family Services had paid their home a visit. It was, allegedly, not a social call.

Indeed, he posted a picture of police in what he describes as "tactical gear."

He says the authorities demanded to enter the house in Carneys Point, N.J., and check his guns. His lawyer, on a cell phone speakerphone, was privy to all the discussions.

Moore insisted that he wouldn't open the safe where his guns are kept-- as no warrant was allegedly presented to him -- and that a lady from the Department of Youth and Family Services refused to identify herself.

The Associated Press says that neither the department nor the police were prepared to comment on the alleged visitation and its purpose.

Moore said none of his visitors had actually seen the photo. He alleges they had merely received a phone call reporting its details.

The rifle was reportedly Josh Moore's 11th birthday gift.

Somehow, guns and Facebook have proved to constitute an often uncomfortable marriage of the medium and the message.

Recently, a Pennsylvania police chief was suspended after an especially fetching image of him, a comely lady friend, and a couple of guns appeared on the site.

The more we insist on exposing who we are to people we don't know, the more hullabaloo seems to inevitably develop.
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Old 03-20-2013, 12:02 PM   #31
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one night a farmer hears someone out by his barn....he calls the sheriff and reports it..."sorry sir, we have no one available, please stay inside and lock your doors"...a few minutes later the farmer calls back and says .."don't worry..i just shot him..."...within minutes five officers show up with guns drawn...unable to locate an intruder, the sheriff asks the man..."I thought you said you shot him?"..the farmer replies..."I thought you said no one was available"
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Old 03-20-2013, 12:05 PM   #32
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And the lesson here is that if you have a facebook account you should delete it immediately. I don't have one and my kid won't either.
There's a guy who lost his FP using it for politics too much. FB warned people about that. It's supposed to be for social media. But it seems okay if the message is approved.
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Old 03-20-2013, 12:08 PM   #33
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This is horrible, governtment overreach again. People keep voting away their rights one at a time without noticing what they are doing. And what they are doing is turning this country into the USSA police state.
Couldnt agree more, it was a shocking overreach, sending in a tactical unit?

Makes me want to vomit, who the **** do they think they are.
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Old 03-20-2013, 12:11 PM   #34
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one night a farmer hears someone out by his barn....he calls the sheriff and reports it..."sorry sir, we have no one available, please stay inside and lock your doors"...a few minutes later the farmer calls back and says .."don't worry..i just shot him..."...within minutes five officers show up with guns drawn...unable to locate an intruder, the sheriff asks the man..."I thought you said you shot him?"..the farmer replies..."I thought you said no one was available"
Great story
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Old 03-20-2013, 02:37 PM   #35
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Better to learn how to safely handle/respect a firearm now than leave him uneducated for when he stumbles across one on his own later.
Absolutely the response I gave my wife when she thought I needed to wait on teaching my kids how to handle guns after they became an adults. They need to know gun safety when they are young so they know how to not to shoot themselves or someone else.
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