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#1 ProConfesso

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Posted 14 August 2017 - 11:52 AM

Re: issue of mentally ill and firearms

http://nypdconfident...017/170814.html

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Posted 23 July 2017 - 01:20 PM

Things heard around the office when the fingers started pointing;

"not my job"

"I'm only here about the 20 ga shotgun and extra ammo. I don't want to hear about any other guns"

"Brady disclosures would have been very embarrassing"

"that's a regulatory issue"

"Oh look the Daily Broadcast just came out; it's quitting time !!!

you can't make this stuff up...

Add to that:

"It's afternoon smoothy time!"

"It's 3:00, time to head home to New Jersey and beat the bridge traffic."

"Time to go to the gym and do kettle bells with the ASAC and tell him how I should be the next TOO."



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Posted 20 July 2017 - 03:48 PM

After a police report indicated that this admitted killer was involuntarily committed to a mental institution were efforts made to include his name in the NICS data base?
We're efforts made to retrieve other firearms in his possession.
Why were the original charges initially dropped without any seeming provisions?
Did he purchase additional firearms after his initial arrest as a prohibited person?
Sometimes it's the rote things that are preventative.

Things heard around the office when the fingers started pointing;

"not my job"

"I'm only here about the 20 ga shotgun and extra ammo. I don't want to hear about any other guns"

"Brady disclosures would have been very embarrassing"

"that's a regulatory issue"

"Oh look the Daily Broadcast just came out; it's quitting time !!!

you can't make this stuff up...




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Posted 19 July 2017 - 04:10 PM

If the FBI folks running NICS failed to place him on the denial list then that is on them.  But if they did & the folks at DENI branch failed to act on it then that is on them.  But if the folks at DENI branch did forward it for investigation & the field failed to act upon it then it is on them.  Back in the day when I was a part of the system then my money would be on the DENI folks and the field somehow horse-assing it up somehow.  But I am sure there will be finger pointing enough to go around.



#5 ProConfesso

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Posted 18 July 2017 - 08:51 AM

I wonder if it "lacked prosecutorial merit", "not sexy enough" or "he ain't prohibited, I don't care what the FBI says..."
 
 
"...a family member had DiNardo involuntarily committed to a mental institution...he was barred by law from owning a firearm afterward. Nonetheless, when Bensalem police responded to a report of gunfire in February, an officer found DiNardo in his truck with a 20-gauge shotgun and extra ammunition...
Despite the mental health commitment and frequent interactions with police, DiNardo still managed to sell guns and marijuana in the area..."
 
 

http://www.foxnews.c...ed-killers.html


After a police report indicated that this admitted killer was involuntarily committed to a mental institution were efforts made to include his name in the NICS data base?
We're efforts made to retrieve other firearms in his possession.
Why were the original charges initially dropped without any seeming provisions?
Did he purchase additional firearms after his initial arrest as a prohibited person?
Sometimes it's the rote things that are preventative.

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Posted 17 July 2017 - 07:29 PM

Again, where are Philadelphia's (insert city here) 20 extra agents?  Not that they'd really make a difference.

 

http://lancasteronli...042c9ffe2d.html



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Posted 15 July 2017 - 07:06 PM

I wonder if it "lacked prosecutorial merit", "not sexy enough" or "he ain't prohibited, I don't care what the FBI says..."

 

 

"...a family member had DiNardo involuntarily committed to a mental institution...he was barred by law from owning a firearm afterward. Nonetheless, when Bensalem police responded to a report of gunfire in February, an officer found DiNardo in his truck with a 20-gauge shotgun and extra ammunition...

Despite the mental health commitment and frequent interactions with police, DiNardo still managed to sell guns and marijuana in the area..."

 

 

 

http://www.foxnews.c...ed-killers.html

 

 

 




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Posted 14 July 2017 - 01:52 PM

Didn't you hear?  The Philadelphia gun problem was eliminated during The Surge in 2012.  Dozens of agents brought into town on TDY for 90 days, all that meal money and long term stay residences, more taxpayer money spent well.  Just ask the SAC and his WonderBoy aka FIGJAM ("F*ck I'm Great, Just Ask Me"), they put Eliot Ness to shame with their exemplary leadership.

However, they did miss this drug and gun selling thug -- mainly because most of the Philadelphia office can't find Bucks County even with a GPS.

http://www.philly.co...d-20170712.html



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Posted 10 July 2017 - 03:30 PM

http://kcrw.co/2u1CJVm

n.b. professors williams, parker & van cleave . "political theatre"

http://abc7chicago.c...eekend/2184156/

where are the 20 agents coming from? those cities don't have their own gun problems? GPS at least prevents out of towners from getting lost on the street.

https://www.nytimes....od=nytcore-ipad

No shootings in Detroit, Birmingham, LA, Philadelphia, NYC ? Where are their extra 20 agents?

2004 transfer of Chicago Agent to Yakima, WA because a HQ survey (read excess move money that needed to be spent) ostentatiously revealed an imbalance of grade 13's in various groups throughout the country. Great crime fighting foresight revealed by DC HQ now, over 10 years later, reversed after tragic shootings.

Just have every gun purchase and ownership entered into nationwide NCIC, abolish atf and allow police dept to tackle issue.




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