California Law Allowing Government To Seize Legal Guns Goes Into Effect January 1st

Beginning January 1, gun regulations in California will give authorities the right to seize a person’s weapons for 21 days if a judge determines the potential for violence exists.
After a shooting rampage perpetrated by Elliot Rodger in May 2014, the bill was proposed as an ‘emergency restraining order’option for families concerned their loved ones may act out violent urges – if they persuade a judge that loved one’s possession of a firearm ‘poses an immediate and present danger of causing a personal injury to himself, herself, or another by having it in his or her custody or control.’
In other words, the ‘law gives us a vehicle to cause the person to surrender their weapons, to have a time out, if you will,’ Los Angeles Police Department Assistant Chief Michael Moore told a local NPR affiliate.

This post was published at Zero Hedge on 12/31/2015.


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