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D.C. chief and ATF head asked who authorized violation of magazine ban


 

A controversy ignited over “Meet the Press” host David Gregory displaying a rifle magazine during an interview with National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre has taken several turns, due to the law in the nation’s capitol making possession of such a device illegal, with Washington D.C. Chief of Police Cathy Lanier confirming to Breitbart TV that her department was investigating “to determine if the magazine was real,” and now TMZ, in an exclusive report, claiming “an ATF official” told show staffers they could use the magazine after consulting with D.C. Police.

That’s in direct contradiction to a report by The Washington Examiner quoting a police official who flatly stated “NBC contacted MPD inquiring if they could utilize a high-capacity magazine for their segment. NBC was informed that possession of a high-capacity magazine is not permissible, and their request was denied.”

 

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  1. X-Beast
    December 27, 2012 at 20:35

    I think we all know that nothing is going to come out of this. Hell, if they can sweep Fast & Furious under the rug then this AR-15 magazine issue will be small potatoes to them. They will find someone to stand up and lie for them saying that they had an excusion to the law. Not that I believe any of their BS it’s just the way it all seems to work now that the Beast has openly declared war on the American people.

  2. Doyle Pritchard
    December 27, 2012 at 21:01

    Nothing will happen. The story will be ” cooked ” to afford protection for Gregory and staff!
    He is a tool, prized by the Left, and that’s that !

    • December 27, 2012 at 21:11

      Yeah, we’re still waiting for “answers” about the fast & furious scheme, the Benghazi scandal and coverup and the plethora of other questions we have, to which they simply laugh in our faces and give us the proverbial middle finger.

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