Second Amendment Activist Warned: Cops & Politicians “Want You Dead”
Gun blogger sent 16,000 word email warning Connecticut officials of violence in response to gun confiscation
Paul Joseph Watson
March 6, 2014
A second amendment activist who wrote a 16,000 word letter to officials in Connecticut warning them that any attempt to initiate mass gun confiscation would result in a tragic bloodbath was warned by a source within the state police, “there’s cops and politicians up here who want you dead.”
Last month, Mike Vanderboegh sent a letter to Connecticut State Police and the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection warning that violence would inevitably ensue if police attempted to forcibly confiscate the firearms of thousands of residents who have refused to register assault rifles and high capacity magazines in defiance of a new law that took effect on January 1.
“Let’s assume that there are 100,000 non-compliant owners of military pattern semi-automatic rifles in your state,” Vanderboegh wrote. “I think it is a larger number but 100,000 has a nice round ring to it. Let us then apply the rule of three percent to that number — not to the entire population of your state, not even to the number of firearm owners, but just to that much smaller demonstrated number of resistors. That leaves you with at least 3,000 men and women who will shoot you if you try to enforce this intolerable act upon them.”