Sacramento police seized weapons from “neo-Nazi troll” based on online complaint by Antifa: First time ever
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office boasts that they managed to take away Andrew Casarez’s right to firearms based solely on political ideology.
Antifa twitter user initiated the investigation into Casarez @anonymouscommie, which leaked information to the police about Casarez's commitment to neo-Nazism. Despite the fact that the "racist suspect" showed no signs of aggression and was not convicted of criminal activities, Sergeant Nate Grgich managed to obtain a search warrant.
Say hi to legendary neo-Nazi troll and Bowl Patrol Leader Vic Mackey in human form: Andrew Richard Casarez of Orangevale, California. pic.twitter.com/yFqTYSMehg— ☠️AnonymousComrade☠️ (@anonymouscommie) July 8, 2020
Searches found “racist” handguns, a pair of pants and a t-shirt, The Unz Review reports.
“This search warrant it’s the first of its kind at least in the country. As far as how we obtained it and were able to serve it,” Nelson said, according to Sacramento CBSlocal. “He was posting enough racist rhetoric and propaganda on Facebook that it was concerning that his behaviors could become violent in retaliation.”
The enforcement of Red Flag Laws once again shows that local governments will continue to suppress American firearms rights. Only from now on, informants can be any anonymous person on the Internet who considers the words or pictures of another user “racist” or offensive.
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